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UFC announces UFC 276 lineup including Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier, Alexander Volkanovski vs. Max Holloway 3

The UFC’s International Fight Week will feature a loaded fight card in Las Vegas. During Saturday night’s UFC 274 broadcast, the promotion revealed the current lineup for UFC 276, which includes a middleweight championship headliner as Israel Adesanya defending his title against top contender Jared Cannonier. The event takes place July 2 at the T-Mobile Arena.
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Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier booked for UFC 276 main event

Middleweight champion Israel Adesanya has his next title fight secured as he’s booked face Jared Cannonier at the upcoming UFC 276 card on July 2 in Las Vegas. The UFC announced the fight during Saturday’s UFC 274 telecast and it would serve as the main event for the UFC’s latest International Fight Week in July.
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UFC 276 to be headlined by Israel Adesanya – Jared Cannonier

While all eyes are on UFC 274 tonight, the promotion announced the headliner for their signature July PPV. On tonight’s PPV broadcast, it was announced that middleweight champion Israel Adesanya (22-1) will defend his middleweight title against Jared Cannonier (15-5). The fight will headline UFC 276 on July 2nd....
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When is Israel Adesanya fighting Jared Cannonier? ‘Contract is signed’

Reigning UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya is expected to make his next 185-pound title defense against No. 2-ranked division power puncher Jared Cannonier at one of the promotion’s upcoming pay-per-view (PPV) events later this year. “Contract signed,” Cannonier wrote on his Instagram stories. “Big news on the way.”...
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Jared Cannonier planning hometown decapitation of ‘easy’ Israel Adesanya

Jared Cannonier seemingly sealed his first Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) title shot the same night as his division’s title was contested. Going into Cannonier’s UFC 271 match up with Derek Brunson, Brunson was riding high after five straight wins that coincided with him dying his hair to become “Blonde Brunson.” Cannonier predicted he’d change “Blonde Brunson” into “Blood Brunson” and he did just that, smashing the top-ranked Middleweight contender with elbows in the second round (watch highlights).
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Jared Cannonier gives prediction for upcoming Israel Adesanya fight: “I’m turning Izzy Adesanya into Easy Adesanya”

Jared Cannonier has given his prediction for his upcoming fight with UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya. ‘Killa Gorilla’ was last seen in action at UFC 271 in February this year. Cannonier faced off with fellow contender Derek Brunson and won the bout via second-round knockout. Following the fight, the 38-year-old was given the seal of approval by Dana White to receive a title shot next.
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Jared Cannonier Plans To Turn “Izzy” Adesanya Into “Easy” Adesanya

Jared Cannonier plans to make his potential title fight with Israel Adesanya an easy one. Cannonier has caught the attention of Adesanya, who holds the UFC Middleweight Championship. “The Last Stylebender” has long expressed interest in fighting “The Killa Gorilla.” It’s a dream that nearly slipped out of Cannonier’s hands after a rough opening round against Derek Brunson back in February. Cannonier dusted himself off and knocked out Brunson in the second stanza.
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Daniel Cormier laughs off Alex Pereira’s callout of Jared Cannonier: “Let’s be realistic”

Daniel Cormier seemingly isn’t a fan of Alex Pereira’s callout of Jared Cannonier. ‘Poatan’ is coming off a victory over Bruno Silva at UFC Vegas 50 last Saturday. Following the bout, the former kickboxing champion decided to call out the number two ranked middleweight Jared Cannonier. That’s in spite of the fact that ‘Killa Gorilla’ is set to face Israel Adesanya next.
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