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Priscila Cachoeira apologizes for ‘unintentional’ eye gouge in UFC 269 loss to Gillian Robertson

Priscila Cachoeira had a turbulent weekend in Las Vegas. “Pedrita” took on Gillian Robertson in the first bout of the UFC 269 preliminaries this past Saturday at T-Mobile Arena and prior to fight night she missed weight badly at Friday morning’s official weigh-ins, coming in at 129 pounds. That wasn’t the end of the controversy for Cachoeira, who went on to lose by submission late in Round 1 and was lambasted on social media for what looked to be an illegal attack on Robertson’s eyes as she tried to escape a rear-naked choke.
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Submission! Watch Gillian Robertson choke out Priscila Cachoeira at UFC 269

Gillian Robertson set things off earlier tonight (Sat., Dec. 11, 2021) at UFC 269 live on ESPN+ PPV from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, when “Savage” finished Priscila Cachoeira via first-round submission (rear-naked choke). LIVE! Watch UFC 269 PPV On ESPN+ Here!. CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLEHEADER! Ultimate Fighting...
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Video: Gillian Robertson fights off blatant eye poke to choke out Priscila Cachoeira

Gillian Robertson didn’t let an underhanded tactic stop her from setting a UFC record. In Saturday’s UFC 269 preliminary opener, Robertson submitted Priscila Cachoeira in the last second of the first round despite Cachoeira blatantly attempting to jam a thumb into Robertson’s eye to defend against a choke.
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Everything Is Lined Up For Gillian Robertson

For the first time in her professional mixed martial arts career, Gillian Robertson felt like she needed to take a step back. For the first time in her professional mixed martial arts career, Gillian Robertson felt like she needed to take a step back. As someone who loves to be...
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Nevada State Athletic Commission Temporarily Extends Weed Punishments for Gillian Robertson and Misha Cirkunov

UFC President Dana White has been trying to loosen marijuana regulations regarding the UFC for quite some time now. Little by little, athletic commissions have begun to be more lenient when it comes to marijuana. Now, the Florida athletic commission has dropped marijuana from its prohibited list. However, the Nevada State Athletic Commission is extending the suspensions of Gillian Robertson and Misha Cirkunov for their positive marijuana tests.
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Misha Cirkunov and Gillian Robertson test positive for marijuana following recent UFC fights in Nevada

Misha Cirkunov and Gillian Robertson have both tested positive for marijuana following their recent UFC fights in Nevada. Cirkunov lost via first-round TKO to Ryan Spann at Vegas 21: Edwards vs. Muhammad, while Robertson dropped a decision to Miranda Maverick at UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou 2. Unfortunately, not only did both fighters lose their fights, but they have both tested positive for marijuana and have been handed temporary suspensions by the Nevada Athletic Commission. It is worth noting that while many states don’t test for marijuana anymore, Nevada is a state that still does, and Cirkunov and Robertson were nabbed.
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UFC 260 live blog: Gillian Robertson vs. Miranda Maverick

This is the UFC 260 live blog for Gillian Robertson vs. Miranda Maverick, a flyweight main card bout on Saturday’s fight card at UFC APEX in Las Vegas. The women originally were scheduled to meet at UFC 258, but a non-COVID illness forced Robertson to withdraw on the day of the fight, and it was rescheduled to UFC 260. They arrive at the fight on opposite ends of the resume.
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Just Scrap Radio Ep. 33 with Vicente Luque, Khama Worthy, Gillian Robertson, and Modestas Bukauskas

The 33rd episode of Just Scrap Radio with Cole Shelton is here ahead of UFC 260. We’re first joined by the 10th-ranked UFC welterweight contender, Vicente Luque (2:28). Next, UFC lightweight, Khama Worthy (20:56) comes on. 15th-ranked UFC flyweight, Gillian Robertson (35:02) joins the show. Closing out the program is UFC light heavyweight, Modestas Bukauskas (43:57).
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Q&A: How Gillian Robertson Plans to Attack Miranda Maverick at UFC 260

Gillian Robertson will meet Miranda Maverick on the early preliminary card of UFC 260 this Saturday in a bout that has ramifications for the women’s flyweight division. Robertson (9–5) is coming off a loss, but she is still ranked 15th in the division, and a convincing win would give her the chance to jump 14th-ranked Maycee Barber. Maverick (8–2, unranked) has won her past four fights, and there is a lot at stake here for her, as well, since she’d likely jump Robertson in the rankings with a victory.
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Gillian Robertson Won’t Back Down

Over the course of her nine fights in the Octagon, she’s put together back-to-back wins followed by a loss, three consecutive times. The 25-year-old Canadian knows she has the skills to break that pattern and believes that she’s ready to make her vision a reality. “This is just the beginning....
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Gillian Robertson vs. Miranda Maverick rebooked for UFC 260

A matchup between up and coming flyweight contenders has been rebooked for the UFC’s second pay-per-view event in March. Multiple people with knowledge of the promotion’s plans confirmed to MMA Fighting that the fight between Gillian Robertson and Miranda Maverick has been rebooked for UFC 260. The event takes place March 27 at UFC APEX in Las Vegas. FighterPath was first to report the new date.
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Gillian Robertson vs. Miranda Maverick Rescheduled for UFC 260 on March 27

A women’s flyweight clash between Gillian Robertson and Miranda Maverick has been rebooked for UFC 260. The fight was originally scheduled for UFC 258, but a non-COVID related illness” forced Robertson to withdraw on the day of the event. Both fighters confirmed the new booking on social media following an initial report by Fighter Path.
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