CM Punk Loses Second UFC Fight by Decision

CM Punk Loses Second UFC Fight by Decision

CM Punk Loses Second UFC Fight by Decision

"The last fight with him, 25 minutes I was trying to finish him", Whittaker said.

"I've been preparing for this fight, bro", Whittaker told Romero.

Romero initially came in at 186lbs and was given an additional hour to get down to 185lbs for the much-anticipated rematch but he could only get as low as 185.2lbs, meaning he was ineligible to fight for the title. He was scheduled to fight for the UFC Middleweight title on Saturday against Robert Whittaker.

"Walking away at this point you know I have a job to do and I have been doing it professionally so far and I'm just worrying about me".

"Yoel Romero's a hard dude on the best of nights", he said.

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He didn't have enough for Mike Jackson (1-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC), though, who earned a unanimous decision victory over Punk and likely ended the UFC tenure of the former pro wrestling standout.

The Australian has finished opponents on four occasions during his win streak, and has earned Performance of the Night bonuses with each of his past three knockout wins, including a second-round TKO of Ronaldo Souza as a plus-225 bet at UFC on Fox 24.

At the time of writing, the terms of the contest are not clear but UFC President Dana White confirmed that the fight will take place while it remains to be seen whether a title will be on the line, whether it will be the main event or how many rounds it will be.

Fighting out of Australia, Whittaker claims to represent both New Zealand and Australia.

Holly Holm (-210) is favored against UFC debutante Megan Anderson (+180) in what amounts to a women's featherweight title eliminator.

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