By Par Thomas Gerbasi - Traduit de l'anglais par Cathy Gagnon
• Jul. 8, 2015
Cincinnati’s Dominique Steele will get the opportunity he's been waiting for on July 25, when he travels to the Windy City of Chicago to face Zak Cummings in a welterweight bout at United Center.
Steele replaces Antonio Braga-Neto, who was forced from the bout due to injury.
The FOX-televised card is headlined by the long-awaited rematch between UFC bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw and former titleholder Renan Barao.
Steele is showing the best form of his career at the moment, as he has won seven of his last eight bouts, a run that includes a five-round June win over UFC vet Chuck O’Neil. Winner of four of his last five, with UFC victories over Benny Alloway and Yan Cabral, Cummings looks to keep his opponent out of the UFC win column this summer.
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