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Need Fireworks? Call Jéssica Andrade

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Including The Record-Holder On UFC 300 Was A No-Brainer As She Looks To Start Another Title Run. She Meets Marina Rodriguez On The Prelims April 13.

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UFC 300 Best Bets | DraftKings Sportsbook

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Tim Finnegan of DraftKings Breaks Down UFC 300 And Gives Bets To Consider On DraftKings Sportsbook.

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UFC 300 NCAA Wrestler Picks Part 3 | UFC FIGHT PASS

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Find Out Who Some Of The Biggest Names In NCAA Wrestling And Beyond Are Most Excited To See Throw Down In The Biggest UFC PPV Of All Time.

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Zhang Weili: ‘I Have Come A Long Way’

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Strawweight Champion Zhang Weili Is Proud To Defend Her Title Against Yan Xiaonan In An All-China Fight For Gold At UFC 300: Pereira vs Hill

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Arman Tsarukyan Finally Got What He Wanted

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UFC Lightweight Contender Arman Tsarukyan Has Been On A Collision Course With The 155-pound Elite, And At UFC 300, He’ll Have His Chance To Prove He’s Next For Islam Makhachev

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Holly Holm Is Ready To Make A Statement At UFC 300

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Former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Excited To Welcome Kayla Harrison To The UFC

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SODIQ YUSUFF OUT TO SOLIDIFY HIS STANDING AT UFC 300

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Ranked Featherweight Discusses Quick Return, Pairing With Diego Lopes This Weekend

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Jalin Turner Continues To Overcome

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Rising Lightweight Jalin Turner Is Staying Locked In On His Climb Up The Lightweight Ladder At UFC 300: Pereira vs Hill

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UFC Announces Global Marketing Partnership with Stem Cell Therapy Leader Cellular Performance Institute (CPI)

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Cellular Performance Institute Named Official Stem Cell Therapy Provider of UFC

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Brian Ortega Lives A Warrior’s Life

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“Fortunately, and unfortunately, I do what I say I’m going to do,” Ortega said. “I go in there, and I fight my heart out, and I have a mentality of either I die on my shield or I take someone’s head with me. When you have that mentality, you go to war. All my fights are wars. People can’t say my fights are boring, and that’s because I leave it all in there, and I’m not just talking about it. I don’t just say I’m going to do something and come out with the results that I didn’t say I was going to do.

“It’s a warrior’s life, and with the warrior’s life, you walk in there and things break. Simple as that. When you refuse to take no for an answer and you give it all you have, you go to war, and after these wars, unfortunately, it’s been surgeries and surgeries, and that’s my life.”

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That life brought him to Mexico City with a familiar opponent across from him in Rodriguez. Since the two shared the Octagon for a little more than four minutes on Long Island, “El Pantera” had his own shot at Volkanovski but fell short at UFC 290. Now, the two fan-friendly featherweights finally get to sort out all the questions that have buzzed around their prospective matchup for years.

“I want to see what happens when we both face adversity,” Ortega said. “Then, when we both go through these trials, when his game plan doesn’t work against my mine, and mine doesn’t work against his, when we hit this master chess game that we call it — there’s the human chess — what happens when we’re in there? That’s something that I’m curious about, which is why I joined the sport.”

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