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UFC Fight Night 58, which takes place this Saturday, December 20, is the final UFC event of 2014. It has been a busy year for the world’s largest fight promotion, and next year is expected to be even busier, with 45 cards scheduled. 

The UFC Fight Night 58 main event features former light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida vs. The Ultimate Fighter veteran CB Dollaway in a 185-pound clash with title implications. Machida is trying to circle back around for another crack at Chris Weidman, while Dollaway could enter his name into the mix with a victory.

The co-main event pairs former bantamweight champ Renan Barao and streaking Canadian submission specialist Mitch Gagnon. As with the main event, the former champion is looking to regain lost ground, while his opponent is on the prowl for a career-defining win.

The entire UFC Fight Night 58 fight card is as follows:

 

UFC Fight Night 58 Main Card

  • Lyoto Machida vs. CB Dollaway
  • Renan Barao vs. Mitch Gagnon
  • Antonio Carlos Junior vs. Patrick Cummins
  • Elias Silverio vs. Rashid Magomedov
  • Erick Silva vs. Mike Rhodes
  • Daniel Sarafian vs. Antonio dos Santos

 

Prelims on Fox Sports 1

  • Marcos Rogerio de Lima vs. Igor Pokrajac
  • Tom Niinimaki vs. Renato Moicano
  • Darren Elkins vs. Hacran Dias
  • Leandro Issa vs. Ulka Sasaki

 

Prelims on Fight Pass

  • Marcio Alexandre Jr. vs. Tim Means
  • Vitor Miranda vs. Jake Collier

Join us here when the action begins (7 p.m. ET) for Bleacher Report’s live play-by-play coverage of the entire event.

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The UFC closes out the year in Brazil at Fight Night Barueri as Lyoto “the Dragon” Machida takes on #10 ranked middleweight CB Dollaway. Don’t miss any of the action on Fox Sports 1.

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Jose Aldo is increasingly vocal about UFC fighter pay.

The UFC featherweight champ—and one of the best two or three fighters in all of mixed martial arts—is again airing his grievances over what he perceives to be excessively low pay for UFC fighters, particularly when compared with their boxing counterparts.

Aldo made the comments Friday during a Q&A session in Barueri, Brazil, where the UFC will hold UFC Fight Night 58 Saturday. The comments were originally reported by Portuguese-language site Ag Fight and subsequently translated by Bloody Elbow

“We make a lot less money than we should,” Aldo reportedly said. “We deliver shows and should be well paid. We virtually pay to fight. To become a boxer is complicated but would be very good.”

This marks at least the third time in 2014 that Aldo has expressed public frustration over fighter pay during interviews with the Brazilian media. He complained in the spring, noting particularly low wages for his fellow lighter-weight fighters.

Then in October, on the eve of what became another successful title defense for the champ at UFC 179, Aldo again brought up the sensitive subject of money, noting that fighters “want to have part of these millions” that the UFC brings in.

The UFC has not historically looked kindly on athletes in its organization who complain about their level of compensation. Hence, not a lot of active UFC fighters do so publicly and openly. Aldo (25-1) is an interesting exception, and he appears to be in a pretty solid position given his status as one of the world’s very best.

The comments also come on the heels of a huge announcement earlier this week that three fighters are suing the UFC over issues, including low fighter pay.

Aldo is the UFC’s first and only featherweight champion, and he has not lost a professional fight since 2005. Following his victory over Chad Mendes at UFC 179, Aldo reportedly received a total purse of $290,000.

It is unclear whether or how the UFC will respond to Aldo’s comments.

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Linear light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson took his time in his Showtime-televised main event against Russian challenger Dmitriy Sukhotskiy, but he eventually delivered on his promise of a sensational knockout.

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Add an important name to the list of those who want to see Conor McGregor as the next featherweight title challenger: the champ.

UFC featherweight belt holder Jose Aldo said during a Q&A session in Brazil Friday that he hoped the fast-talking, hard-striking Irishman was next in line to face him for the title.

“I hope he’s next because it would be a huge fight,” Aldo said, according to a report from MMAFighting.com’s Guilherme Cruz. “He’s a tough fighter, but we haven’t seen him against a top five. He’s not ready, but the promotion he does is good. He’s a good athlete. He talks a lot. If he doesn’t talk that much, he wouldn’t be where he is today.”

Though the compliments he offered toward McGregor are mainly of the backhanded variety, Aldo clearly understands the appeal (and the large payday) that a match with McGregor would provide.

The 28-year-old Aldo (25-1) is the first and only featherweight champion in UFC history, and he is widely considered one of the two or three best fighters on the planet. 

The 26-year-old McGregor (16-2) is 4-1 since joining the UFC in early 2013. Though he is understandably known mainly for his bluster in front of the microphone, he has also proved himself as a very good fighter. He is particularly competent as a striker, having notched three of those four UFC victories by knockout.

McGregor is facing a dangerous kickboxer in Dennis Siver in one month’s time at UFC Fight Night 59. The event will take place in Boston, which is a natural fit given that McGregor proudly hails from Dublin.

Still, despite McGregor‘s talent and charisma, he would probably be an underdog against Aldo. During the Friday Q&A session, Aldo said McGregor was probably not as good as a fighter he just dispatched: Chad Mendes.

“I see Chad as the best of them,” Aldo said, according to the MMAFighting.com’s report. “If you put [Frankie] Edgar, Conor or [Ricardo] Lamas, he beats all of them on the same night.”

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Desmond Green capped off a seven-fight card featuring six unanimous decisions by capturing the vacant Titan Fighting Championships featherweight title.

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Sherdog.com reports from Brazil with live UFC Fight Night “Machida vs. Dollaway” results at approximately 7 p.m. ET.

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The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil season 3 winner Antonio Carlos Junior talks about what life was like before and after winning the show, and how he’s now prepared for Patrick Cummins.

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    Mitch Gagnon, the UFC bantamweight who at present is an ascending prospect for fanatical UFC fans, is a man on a path that could lead him into the minds of the casual ones as well. The Sturgeon Falls native is on the cusp of mixed martial arts glory as he steps onto the flattened canvas […]
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  • Reebok Announces Sponsorship Deal With Ronda Rousey, Jon Jones
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