he is, new season starts soon, which will determine the interim heavy weight champ (#1 contender to fight cain) as soon as cain heals from his injuries
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I am REALLY looking forward to a new UFC heavyweight title match. What's up with Cain? He hasn't fought of 2 years. I guess UFC and other MMA organizations should set up some guidelines about title holders who are not able to compete for more than a year for any reasons. If the champs are not able to defend his title for 6 months, then there should be an interim champ. IF, the champ is still not able to come back after a year, then the interim champ should be the actual title holder. I know injuries and sickness happen, but it wouldn't be fair to other fighters who works as equally hard as the champs, to delay their chances of being a title holder themselves.
Eddie Alvarez battles Michael Chandler for the Bellator MMA Lightweight Championship in one of the best fights of 2011.
That's never going to happen. Fedor can make a lot more money fighting in Japan, where he's better-known and celebrated as an MMA legend. Also, he's older now (and slightly overrated), and would not be successful against the likes of Werdum (who's beaten him already), Velasquez, Miocic, et al.
2015 may turn out to be the UFC's worst year ever for injuries. Most recently, Matt Brown's had to pull out of his fight with Kelvin Gastellum, and Khabib Nurmagomedov injured a rib, knocking him out of his scheduled scrap with Tony Ferguson. There have been (seemingly) countless others this year. If you're like me, you're crossing your fingers like hell that McGregor / Aldo comes off without a hitch in December. Hopefully Aldo doesn't hurt his poor little rib again... heh heh.