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** Swick v. Saunders On Tap For Germany
The card for UFC 99 in Cologne Germany continues to take shape. Yesterday the addition of a welterweight fight between Mike Swick and Ben Saunders was confirmed. At this point the bout has been verbally agreed to, but no papers have been signed.


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Long considered the most prestigious title in mixed martial arts, the UFC Heavyweight Championship currently rests in the hands of two men – Champion Brock Lesnar and interim belt holder Frank Mir. On Saturday, May 23rd, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, Lesnar and Mir will meet to not only determine an Undisputed UFC Heavyweight Champion, but to settle some very personal business they began in this same city over a year ago.

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