|Light Heavyweight||Dominick Reyes||vs.||Chris Weidman|
|Featherweight||Yair Rodríguez||vs.||Jeremy Stephens|
|Heavyweight||Greg Hardy||vs.||Ben Sosoli|
|Lightweight||Joe Lauzon||vs.||Jonathan Pearce|
|Women's Flyweight||Maycee Barber||vs.||Gillian Robertson|
|Middleweight||Deron Winn||vs.||Darren Stewart|
4 out of his last 5 matches have been losses and the one win was a split decision that literally everyone (including Lauzon himself) thought he lost. The only reason he hasn't been cut is because he's tied for the second most post-fight bonuses in UFC history, but I suspect this is his last UFC fight if he loses again.Had no idea Lauzon was still fighting. I feel like he got wrecked the last few times I watched him. He was always fun to watch though
he probably just took cuz if all he has to do for 3months is avoid being a piece of shit drug addict, ignoring the waitress and go to a different strip club, that shit will be over with.As for the 90-day deferment program -- it essentially means the charge will be dropped altogether if Jones adheres to several conditions over the next 90 days, including:
-- no alcohol or drugs
-- no going to the strip club where the alleged incident took place
-- no contacting the accuser
lulz, no more UFCs in CA for the future i see.
the rule makes sense sure, but everyone in UFC comes in at like AT LEAST 20% over and look completely different.I really like the rule but yeah no more UFC or Bellator in Cali. Too bad it didn't happen in Nevada first.
Proof the UFC isn't interested in fighter safety. Of course we all knew that already.lulz, no more UFCs in CA for the future i see.
there aren't any UFC events in cali at all this year, and i doubt there will be any, ever again.