2014
2014 in the UFC.
UFC Fight Night: Machida vs Dollaway
UFC Fight Night: Machida vs Dollaway from December 20, 2014. Middleweight CB Dollaway has shown the best form of his career during the past two years, winning four of five bouts while capturing two post-fight bonus awards. On Saturday, December 20th, “The Doberman” will get the big fight he has been awaiting, when he headlines against former world champion Lyoto Machida in Barueri, Brazil. Stepping back into the Octagon for the first time since his stirring five-round battle against middleweight champion Chris Weidman at UFC 175, Brazil’s Machida has won two previous middleweight bouts against Mark Munoz and Gegard Mousasi. In Dollaway, “The Dragon” will face a former The Ultimate Fighter finalist who has added impressive striking to his wrestling base to become a Top 10 middleweight contender.
UFC Fight Night: Dos Santos vs Miocic
UFC Fight Night: Dos Santos vs Miocic from December 13, 2014. The UFC’s first show in Phoenix on December 13th will be a memorable one. Former UFC heavyweight champion Junior Dos Santos makes his return against top contender Stipe Miocic. Brazil’s “Cigano” held the heavyweight crown from November 2011 to December 2012, and since then, he has gone 1-1. He knocked out Mark Hunt in May 2013, but lost his rubber match against Cain Velasquez last October. Miocic is currently on a three-fight winning streak, after decisioning Roy Nelson and Gabriel Gonzaga and taking just 35 seconds to halt Fabio Maldonado. Plus, Nate Diaz will compete for the first time since November 2013 against lightweight contender Rafael dos Anjos, and the exciting Alistair Overeem and Stefan Struve square off in a pivotal heavyweight
The Ultimate Fighter 20 Finale
The Ultimate Fighter 20 Finale: A Champion Will Be Crowned from December 12, 2014. History will be made on December 12th in Las Vegas. The UFC’s first strawweight champion will be crowned, plus featherweight contenders Jeremy Stephens and Charles Oliveira will square off. The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned stars the top women’s 115-pound fighters competing for a world championship. “Lil’ Heathen” Stephens has won three of his past four bouts, with the only loss coming in a Fight of the Night battle against Cub Swanson in June. Oliveira is on a two-fight hot streak, with his wins against Andy Ogle and Hatsu Hioki both earning him performance of the night awards.
UFC 181: Hendricks vs Lawler II
UFC 181: Hendricks vs Lawler 2 from December 6, 2014. UFC 181 will have the eyes of the world watching, with a double main event on December 6th in Las Vegas. In the first main event, the UFC lightweight title will be on the line as Anthony "Showtime" Pettis defends his belt for the first time against his coaching rival on The Ultimate Fighter, former Strikeforce champion Gilbert "El Nino" Melendez. Then, UFC welterweight champion Johny "Bigg Rigg" Hendricks and veteran knockout artist "Ruthless" Robbie Lawler meet in a rematch of their epic five-round title bout at UFC 171 that is guaranteed to produce fireworks.
UFC Fight Night: Edgar vs Swanson
UFC Fight Night: Edgar vs Swanson from November 22, 2014. The UFC travels to Austin, Texas on November 22nd, and fight fans in the Lone Star State will see two pivotal match-ups. Former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar faces top contender Cub Swanson in the five-round featherweight main event, and Bobby “King” Green takes on Brazilian bomber Edson Barboza in a battle of exciting 155-pound standouts. Swanson and Edgar are on a collision course, with the eventual goal being a shot at the featherweight title. The lightweights in the co-main event are on hot streaks that are just as impressive, with knockout artist Barboza winning four of his past five bouts and Green emerging victorious in eight straight fights.
UFC 180: Werdum vs Hunt
UFC 180: Werdum vs Hunt from November 15, 2014. The UFC makes its historic first visit to Mexico on Saturday, November 15th. In the main event of UFC 180, Brazilian powerhouse Fabricio Werdum will attempt to win the interim heavyweight title when he takes on revered knockout artist Mark “The Super Samoan” Hunt. UFC 180: Werdum vs Hunt—Saturday, November 15th, live on Pay-Per-View from Mexico City Arena in Mexico City, Mexico.
UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs Saint Preux
UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs Saint Preux from November 8, 2014. November 8th is shaping up to be a great night for fight fans! UFC Fight Night in Uberlandia, Brazil will feature a five-round light heavyweight battle between former world champion Shogun Rua and Ovince Saint Preux. Back in action for the first time since his exciting rematch with Dan Henderson in March, Curitiba’s Rua will pull out all the stops to keep his home-country fans happy.
UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs Bisping
UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs Bisping from November 7, 2014. Fans and fighters demanded it, and on November 8th in Sydney, the UFC FIGHT PASS main event will be a five-round clash of middleweight contenders when Luke Rockhold meets heated rival Michael Bisping. The highly ranked Rockhold, a former Strikeforce champion, is coming off back-to-back finishes of Costas Philippou and Tim Boetsch. He is promising another quick end when he faces England's Bisping, a perennial contender who got back in the win column in August with an impressive stoppage of Cung Le in Macao.
UFC 179: Aldo vs Mendes II
UFC 179: Aldo vs Mendes 2 from October 25, 2014. The awaited rematch between UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo and No. 1 contender Chad Mendes will headline UFC 179 in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday, October 25th. In their first meeting in January 2012, Aldo stopped then-unbeaten Mendes with one second remaining in the first round. Since then, Mendes has won five straight, most recently decisioning Nik Lentz in December 2013. Aldo, the only 145-pound champion in UFC history, has added three more successful title defenses since the Mendes bout, defeating Frankie Edgar, Chan Sung Jung and Ricardo Lamas. He looks to stamp a finish on this rivalry once and for all. Plus, a clash of light heavyweight contenders will co-headline, as Brazilian star Glover Teixeira faces off against Phil Davis.
UFC Fight Night: MacDonald vs Saffiedine
UFC Fight Night: MacDonald vs Saffiedine from October 4, 2014. The UFC’s first visit to Halifax on Saturday, October 4th has a stellar headliner, as top welterweight contenders Rory MacDonald and Tarec Saffiedine collide in a five-round matchup. Currently ranked No. 2 in the world, British Columbia native MacDonald has won seven of his past eight bouts, with recent victories against Demian Maia and Tyron Woodley. Belgium’s Saffiedine has his sights set on a title shot, and the former Strikeforce champion is well on his way to that goal if he can extend his five-fight winning streak.
UFC Fight Night: Nelson vs Story
UFC Fight Night: Nelson vs Story from October 4, 2014. Fresh off his big win against Zak Cummings, unbeaten welterweight phenom Gunnar Nelson will make his first headlining performance in the UFC on Saturday, October 4th. Then, he takes on American veteran Rick Story at the Globe Arena in Stockholm. Undefeated in 14 professional fights, the 26-year-old Nelson is already 4-0 in his UFC campaign, with three wins coming via submission. Story owns wins against Johny Hendricks, Thiago Alves and Jake Ellenberger and is coming off one of his best performances to date when he submitted Leonardo Mafra in July.
UFC 178: Johnson vs Cariaso
UFC 178: Johnson vs Cariaso from September 27, 2014. The first man to hold the UFC flyweight title, Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson, has gone on to dominate his division, defeating opponent after opponent. But Johnson has not cleaned out the 125-pound weight class yet, and dynamic striker Chris “Kamikaze” Cariaso is prepared to prove that fact to the champion at UFC 178. Plus, this hard-hitting event will feature top contender Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone fighting against international lightweight star Eddie Alvarez, who is making his UFC debut. Also, Dustin Poirier will face Irish superstar Conor McGregor.
UFC Fight Night: Hunt vs Nelson
UFC Fight Night: Hunt vs Nelson from September 20, 2014. The heavyweight showdown fight fans have demanded becomes a reality on September 20th when Mark “The Super Samoan” Hunt meets fellow knockout artist Roy “Big Country” Nelson in Japan. Armed with heavy hands, Hunt has finished opponents including Stefan Struve and Cheick Kongo, while The Ultimate Fighter season 10 winner Nelson has won all seven of his UFC victories by knockout. This is a slugfest for the ages.
UFC Fight Night: Bigfoot vs Arlovski
UFC Fight Night: Bigfoot vs Arlovski from September 13, 2014. After a successful return to the Octagon in June, the former champion UFC heavyweight Andrei "The Pit Bull" Arlovski seeks redemption when he travels to Brazil. He will face contender, Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva in a rematch of the 2010 five-round fight where Bigfoot won.
UFC Fight Night: Jacare vs Mousasi
UFC Fight Night: Jacare vs Mousasi from September 5, 2014. Nearly six years after their first meeting in 2008, top middleweight contenders Gegard Mousasi and Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza will battle once more on September 5th in Ledyard, Connecticut. In their first fight, Mousasi knocked out Souza in the first round. Since then, both have gone on to win Strikeforce titles and become UFC contenders. In their most recent bouts, Mousasi submitted Mark Munoz in the first round in May, and Souza decisioned Francis Carmont in February. Plus, the heavyweight division is likely to get a shake up when Alistair Overeem battles Ben Rothwell in a clash of veteran contenders.
UFC 177: Dillashaw vs Soto
UFC 177: Dillashaw vs Soto from August 30, 2014. In May of 2014, TJ Dillashaw shocked the world when he ended the 35-fight unbeaten streak of Renan Barao and took his UFC bantamweight crown. On Saturday, August 30, Dillashaw defends his title for the first time against upset-minded veteran Joe Soto in the five-round championship main event that headlines UFC 177 at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California.Plus, lightweight standouts Tony Ferguson and Danny Castillo collide in a pivotal 155-pound showdown.
UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs dos Anjos
UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs dos Anjos from August 23, 2014. Former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson will look to keep his number one ranking intact on Saturday, August 23, when he faces fifth-ranked Rafael dos Anjos in a five-round main event that will headline UFC Fight Night at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Henderson is coming off his second consecutive win since losing his title to Anthony Pettis in August of 2013, as he submitted Rustam Khabilov in the fourth round in Albuquerque on June 7. That same night, dos Anjos delivered one of the most impressive wins of his UFC career as he stopped Jason High in two rounds, putting him at six wins in his last seven bouts. In the co-main event, welterweight contenders Demian Maia and Mike Pyle meet in a clash of seasoned groundfighting aces.
UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs Le
UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs Le from August 23, 2014. The UFC returns to China for the second time this year Fists and feet will be flying in the five-round main event as perennial contender Michael 'The Count' Bisping squares off with 185-pound superstar Cung Le, owner of some of the most unforgettable highlight-reel-worthy moments ever seen in the Octagon. Plus, top welterweight standouts Tyron 'The Chosen One' Woodley and Dong Hyun 'Stun Gun' Kim meet in a bout guaranteed to produce its own set of fireworks.
UFC Fight Night: Bader vs Saint Preux
UFC Fight Night: Bader vs Saint Preux from August 16, 2014. UFC Fight Night Following big wins at UFC 174, Top 10 light heavyweights Ryan Bader and Ovince Saint Preux will collide in Bangor, Maine on Saturday, August 16th when they square off in a five-round main event. The Ultimate Fighter season eight winner Bader recently decisioned Rafael "Feijao" Cavalcante, marking his third win in his past four bouts. Former Strikeforce standout Saint Preux picked up his fifth straight victory in June when he finished Ryan Jimmo in the second round. Plus, Maine native Tim "The Barbarian" Boetsch meets hard-charging Brad Tavares in a pivotal middleweight matchup.
UFC Fight Night: Lawler vs Brown
UFC Fight Night: Lawler vs Brown from July 26, 2014. The next challenger for the UFC welterweight championship will be determined in what is expected to be a Fight of the Year candidate between 170-pound sluggers “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler and Matt “The Immortal” Brown. Plus, the world rankings in three divisions will likely get a shakeup when Anthony “Rumble” Johnson battles Rogerio Nogueira at 205 pounds, Dennis “The Menace” Bermudez puts his six-fight winning streak on the line in a featherweight bout against Clay Guida and lightweight contender Josh “The Punk” Thomson faces off against Michael “The Menace” Johnson.
UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs Brandao
UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs Brandao from July 19, 2014. On July 19th in Dublin, on what some believe was the greatest UFC live event ever, Irish superstar and hometown hero Conor McGregor got the toughest test of his career when he battled Brazil’s Diego Brandao in the UFC Fight Night main event at the manic O2 Arena. Brandao, a winner of season 14 of The Ultimate Fighter, had won three of his last four bouts, and arrived in the Irish capital insisting McGregor was “all hype.” But the 25-year-old Dubliner continued to predict a first-round blowout of Brandao. Also on the card, undefeated welterweight prospect Gunnar Nelson took on choke specialist Zac Cummings and elite flyweights Ian McCall and Brad Pickett collided.
UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs Miller
UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs Miller from July 16, 2014. Lightweight contender Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone has made no secret of his desire to fight six times in 2014. On July 16th, he will be halfway to his goal, when he faces New Jersey’s own Jim Miller in a five-round main event in Atlantic City. Winner of three straight bouts, Cerrone has been unstoppable with his finishes of Evan Dunham, Adriano Martins and Edson Barboza— each of which earned a post-fight bonus. Whippany’s Miller is unbeaten in his past four bouts, as he has defeated Joe Lauzon, Fabricio Camoes and Yance Medeiros.
The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale
The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale: Edgar vs Penn from July 6, 2014. One of the UFC’s greatest rivalries continues on Sunday, July 6th, when former champions Frankie Edgar and BJ Penn meet for the third time. Fresh off a coaching stint against each other on The Ultimate Fighter season 19, Edgar and Penn will now battle in the Octagon™. This time, though, the former 155-pound standouts are going to settle their business in the featherweight division. Plus, the light heavyweight and middleweight winners of The Ultimate Fighter season 19 will be crowned.
UFC 175: Weidman vs Machida
UFC 175: Weidman vs Machida from July 5, 2014. UFC 175 has a headliner for the ages on July 5th, when UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman will defend his crown against former light heavyweight champion Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida. Weidman, fresh off two finishes of future Hall of Famer Anderson Silva in 2013, will now battle Brazil’s Machida, who has won two straight at 185 pounds against Mark Munoz and Gegard Mousasi. Plus, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will attempt to successfully defend her title for the third time when she faces top contender Alexis Davis in the co-main event.
UFC Fight Night: Swanson vs Stephens
UFC Fight Night: Swanson vs Stephens from June 28, 2014. A featherweight showdown will take place in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday, June 28th. Cub Swanson and Jeremy Stephens will attempt to prove who deserves a shot at longtime 145-pound king Jose Aldo. Swanson is the winner of five straight bouts that includes knockouts of George Roop, Ross Pearson, Charles Oliveira and Dennis Siver. He will test his stand-up game against one of the hardest punchers in the sport in Stephens, who is 3-0 since moving to the featherweight division in 2013. In the co-main event, rising welterweight star Kelvin Gastelum looks to keep his perfect record intact when he faces surging veteran Nico Musoke.
UFC Fight Night: Te Huna vs Marquardt
UFC Fight Night: Te Huna vs Marquardt from June 28, 2014. The UFC makes its inaugural trip to New Zealand on June 28th with a hard-hitting main event between two of the UFC’s most exciting competitors. New Zealand’s own James Te Huna has won five Octagon™ bouts, with three via knockout. In his middleweight debut, he hopes to add former Strikeforce champion Nate Marquardt to the list of those he has defeated. But Nate “The Great” has the experience and power to spoil Te Huna’s homecoming, and he plans to do just that.
UFC 174: Johnson vs Bagautinov
UFC 174: Johnson vs Bagautinov from June 14, 2014. The most dominant flyweight fighter of all time, Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson will defend his UFC title for the fourth time against Ali Bagautinov at UFC 174 on Saturday, June 14th. Can the champion keep his crown against a powerhouse challenger determined to bring the title home to Russia? In the co-main event, the road to the welterweight title runs through Vancouver, as Canada’s own Rory MacDonald faces Tyron Woodley in clash of elite 170-pound contenders.
UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs Khabilov
UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs Khabilov from June 7, 2014. Former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson returns to action against rising star Rustam Khabilov in UFC’s first visit to Albuquerque on June 7th. Fresh off a January win against Josh Thomson, Henderson hopes that a win against Khabilov, who has won six straight, will put him in line for a chance to regain his title. Plus, Albuquerque hero Diego Sanchez fights at home for the first time since 2004 when faces fellow lightweight standout Ross Pearson, and flyweight power puncher John Dodson squares off against John Moraga in an anticipated rematch.
UFC Fight Night: Miocic vs Maldonado
UFC Fight Night: Miocic vs Maldonado from May 31, 2014. In the five-round main event, Brazilian powerhouse Fabio Maldonado puts his three-fight winning streak on the line against American contender Stipe Miocic in a heavyweight showdown that is expected to be a stand-up slugfest to remember. Plus, the latest season of The Ultimate Fighter Brazil comes to a close, as winners in the heavyweight and middleweight divisions are crowned.
UFC 173: Barao vs Dillashaw
UFC 173: Barao vs Dillashaw from May 24, 2014. UFC bantamweight champ Renan Barao will put his winning streak and crown on the line against offensive machine T.J. Dillashaw, plus unbeaten Daniel Cormier faces light heavyweight legend Dan Henderson.
UFC Fight Night: Brown vs Silva
UFC Fight Night: Brown vs Silva from May 10, 2014. Ohio native Matt Brown fights in his home state for the first time since 2009 against Brazilian rising star Erick Silva in a five-round welterweight bout. Riding an impressive winning streak,Brown has won six straight bouts, with five via knockout. He will be in a tough battle, though, with the dynamic Silva, who has finished all four of his UFC wins, most recently needing only 52 seconds to defeat Takenori Sato in February. Plus, middleweight standouts meet in the Octagon™ when Costas Philippou battles rising star Lorenz Larkin.
UFC 172: Jones vs Teixeira
UFC 172: Jones vs Teixeira from April 26, 2014. UFC's pound-for-pound king returns on April 26th in the main event of UFC 172 in Baltimore. UFC light heavyweight champion Jon "Bones" Jones defends his title for the seventh time against Brazilian powerhouse Glover Teixeira. Jones has defeated an impressive list of opponents since becoming the youngest champion in UFC history in 2011, but in the veteran Teixeira, he will face a dangerous challenger who hasn't lost in nearly nine years.
UFC Fight Night: Werdum vs Browne
UFC Fight Night: Werdum vs Browne from April 19, 2014. A world title shot is on the line on Saturday, April 19th at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. Brazilian jiu-jitsu ace Fabricio Werdum matches wits and fists with Hawaiian knockout artist Travis Browne in a five-round heavyweight showdown. Plus, two of the UFC’s best women meet when Miesha Tate takes on Liz Carmouche in a pivotal bantamweight battle.
UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs Kennedy
UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs Kennedy from April 16, 2014. Middleweight contenders Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy have verbally battled for months, but on April 16th in Quebec City, they will settle their score in the Octagon™ in a five-round main event guaranteed to shake up the division. Plus, it’s The Ultimate Fighter Nations finals at welterweight and middleweight and coaches Patrick Cote and Kyle Noke meet at 170 pounds.
UFC Fight Night: Nogueira vs Nelson
UFC Fight Night: Nogueira vs Nelson from April 11, 2014. The UFC returns to Abu Dhabi on April 11th for the first time in four years and is bringing two of the top heavyweights in the world. Brazilian legend and former UFC and PRIDE champion Minotauro Nogueira takes on hard-hitting Roy "Big Country" Nelson in a crossroads bout of epic proportions.
UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs Henderson II
UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs Henderson 2 from March 23, 2014. Their first bout in 2011 was considered one of the greatest UFC fights of all time. On March 23rd in Natal, Brazil, light heavyweight superstars Dan Henderson and Shogun Rua will meet again. “Hendo” looks to repeat his epic five-round decision win against the Brazilian bomber at UFC 139. Plus, The Ultimate Fighter Brazil season one winner Cezar “Mutante” Ferreira takes on middleweight veteran CB Dollaway, and two more former The Ulimate Fighter titlists, Leonardo Santos and Norman Parke, battle it out in the Octagon.
UFC 171: Hendricks vs Lawler
UFC 171: Hendricks vs Lawler from March 15, 2014. The talent-rich welterweight division will take center stage at UFC 171 on Saturday, March 15th in Dallas. A new 170-pound champion will be crowned when Johny “Bigg Rigg” Hendricks battles “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler for the vacant title. Plus, former interim titleholder “The Natural Born Killer” Carlos Condit continues his quest for another shot at championship glory when he squares off against hard-hitting Tyron “The Chosen One” Woodley.
UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs Manuwa
UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs Manuwa from March 8, 2014. To earn another shot at the belt, Alexander Gustafsson must first turn back the challenge of British knockout artist Jimi Manuwa. For Gustafsson, it’s an opportunity to move closer to championship gold, while Manuwa seeks to defend his home turf and establish himself as the division’s most exciting contender.
UFC Fight Night: Kim vs Hathaway
UFC Fight Night: Kim vs Hathaway from March 1, 2014. “Stun Gun” Dong Hyun Kim battles British star John “The Hitman” Hathaway in an intriguing five-round showdown. Plus, history will be made in Macao, as the first winner of The Ultimate Fighter China will be crowned.
UFC 170: Rousey vs McMann
UFC 170: Rousey vs McMann from February 22, 2014. Two former U.S. Olympians meet when judo bronze medalist Ronda Rousey defends her UFC women’s bantamweight title against freestyle wrestling silver medalist Sara McMann. Plus, another former Olympian, Daniel Cormier, makes his light heavyweight debut against Patrick Cummins.
UFC Fight Night: Machida vs Mousasi
UFC Fight Night: Machida vs Mousasi from February 15, 2014. Following a spectacular middleweight debut, former UFC champion Lyoto Machida continues his march for 185-pound gold. He faces international star Gegard Mousasi. In the co-main event, another of Brazil’s finest, Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza, looks to keep his unbeaten UFC record when he faces Canada’s Francis Carmont.
UFC 169: Barao vs Faber
UFC 169: Barao vs Faber from February 1, 2014. The undisputed UFC bantamweight championship is on the line on February 1, 2014, when Renan Barao, who is unbeaten for over eight years, meets "The California Kid" Urijah Faber, a fighting pioneer coming off four consecutive victories, for a second time. Plus, UFC 169's co-main event will see pound-for-pound great Jose Aldo look to keep his reign of dominance going when he defends his featherweight title against Ricardo "The Bully" Lamas.
UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs Thomson
UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs Thomson from January 25, 2014. Two of the top 155-pound fighters of this era finally meet in the Octagon on January 25th, when former UFC lightweight champion “Smooth” Benson Henderson battles former Strikeforce titleholder Josh “The Punk” Thomson. Plus, resurgent heavyweight contender Gabriel Gonzaga meets rising star Stipe Miocic, Brazilian lightweight standout Adriano Martins challenges 155-pound action hero Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and Jeremy Stephens looks for another knockout win against Darren Elkins.
UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs Philippou
UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs Philippou from January 15, 2014. The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Atlanta on January 15th with a stellar card headlined by a five-round middleweight matchup between former Strikeforce champion Luke Rockhold and hard-hitting contender Costa Philippou. Plus, the 185-pounders remain on center stage in the co-main event, with rising stars Lorenz Larkin and Brad Tavares meeting in an effort to move up the middleweight ladder.
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