Match-ups made, a title bout post ponded by injury, and Mighty Mouse get spotlight back all happened this past week.
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A previously announced UFC 172 Lightweight bout between Isaac Vallie-Flagg (14-4-1) and Danny “Last Call’ Castillo (16-6) has turned into two Lightweight bouts. Today March 5, it was announced that instead Vallie-Flagg will be facing “The Fireball Kid” Takanori Gomi (34-9) and Castillo will meet Charlie “The Spaniard” Brenneman (19-6).
A Lightweight bout pitting Team Alpha Males Danny “Last Call” Castillo (16-6) against Jackson’s/Winklejohn’s fighter Issac Vallie-Flagg (14-4-1) has made its way on the UFC 172 card.
Edson “Junior” Barboza
The latest addition to December UFC on Fox 9 is a Lightweight contest pitting Team Alpha Males Danny “Last Call” Castillo (16-5) against The Armory’s Edson “Junior” Barboza (12-1).
Stepping up on less than 3 weeks notice Tim “The Dirty Bird” Means (18-4-1) of Fit NHB, will be stepping in for an injured Bobby Greene (20-5) to face Danny “Last Call” Castillo (15-5) of Team Alpha Male; on July 27.
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