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Its Cowboy vs Tony Ferguson for UFC 238

A flat out animal dwelling place burner is made a beeline for Chicago as #2 positioned and previous interval lightweight boss Tony 'El Cucuy' Ferguson will make his eagerly awaited profit to take for #4 positioned Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone at UFC 238 on June 8.

The session would presumably be a virtual title eliminator as the victor is required to assume the victor of the supposed UFC 241 unification session between champ Khabib Nurmagomedov and break champ Dustin Poirier.

The session would be a brisk turnaround for Cowboy who is crisp off an amazing triumph against an extremely intense Al Iaquinta. Cowhand in his post-battle meet, asserted that he won't acknowledge any battle other than a title shot or whiz Conor McGregor. McGregor, in spite of being formally resigned from the game, is relied upon to make a rebound in not so distant future. Anyway remains sidelined for this one.

Ferguson then again, has been out of activity since his UFC 229 slugfest against previous champ Anthony Pettis in October. Ferguson was offered a lightweight break title battle against featherweight champ Max Holloway which allegedly he declined. The shot was consequently offered to Dustin Poirier. In the mean time, Ferguson was supposedly experiencing some emotional well-being issues which further expanded his cutback. Ferguson might want to expand his 11 battle series of wins to reaffirm his place as a lightweight title challenger.

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