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While it was initially feared that Rousimar Palhares' recent knee injury that knocked him out of his UFC 150 bout against Yushin Okami would require surgery, it now looks like that won't be the case, according to Tatame. That damn injury bug is annoying but at least it didn't do too much damage this time. Photo: Joe Camporeale/US Presswire
Those of you hoping to watch the upcoming Dan Miller vs. Rousimar Palhares fight at UFC 134 on your television instead of your computer are in luck. That's because the middleweight bout has been bumped up to the Spike TV broadcasted portion of the preliminary card on Aug. 27 from Rio de Janiero, Brazil, according to MMA Weekly. Sound good?
Leg-lock specialist Rousimar Palhares' wish has been granted and he will appear on the upcoming UFC 134: "Rio" card on August 27 in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, according to Tatame. An opponent has yet to be named at this time. That's where you come in, Maniacs. Who should it be?
Dave Branch (8-2), who recently lost to Rousimar Palhares (12-3) at UFC on Versus 3 to run his record to 2-2 with the promotion, has been released by the UFC, according to MMAWeekly.com.
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