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Barao Seeks Revenge at UFC 177

UFC 177: A top-to-bottom look at the card with two title fights
Renan Barao vows to even score with T.J. Dillashaw
By: Case Keefer, Las Vegas Sun
"UFC 178 has produced a dust-up, while UFC 176 wound up in the dustbin.
 
"All the activity has just plain left UFC 177 in the dust. The UFC’s next pay-per-view, which falls on Aug. 30 in Sacramento, is getting glossed over, but there are plenty of reasons to watch what will be the only numbered event in an 11-week span.
 
"Two stand above the rest, as UFC 177 is the rare card with dual title fights. The biggest upset in UFC history gets a quick reprise in the main event, where T.J. Dillashaw (10-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) attempts to defend his bantamweight championship against the man he took it from at UFC 173, Renan Barao (32-2 MMA, 7-1 UFC)."
 

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