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UFC Cards: International Events Receive New Fights

UFC Cards: International Events Receive New Fights

UFC officials have been busy, as three new bouts were announced for upcoming cards recently.

UFC Fight Night: Sonnen vs. Wanderlei received two new matches, as Mark Eddiva meets Kevin Souza and Ernest Chavez takes on Elias Silverio.

Set for May 31 from Sao Paulo, the card will feature a main event between Chael Sonnen and Wanderlei Silva.

Eddiva (6-0) and Souza (14-3) each picked up victories in their Octagon debuts, as Eddiva downed Jumabieke Tuerxun and Souza topped Felipe Arantes.

Chavez (7-0) and Silverio (10-0) have won all three of their UFC fights. Chavez downed Yosdenis Cedeno, while Silverio beat Joao Zeferino and Isaac Vallie-Flagg.

At UFC 174, Mike Easton will square off with Yves Jabouin. The card is set for June 14 from Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

Easton (13-4) has split his six Octagon bouts, but has dropped his last three. Jabouin (19-9) is 4-3, including just a 1-2 mark in his last three.

Another bout announced for the Canadian card will feature Roland Delorme taking on Michinori Tanaka.

Delorme (9-2) has won three of four with the UFC, while Tanaka (9-0) is making his debut.

The UFC’s first trip to Germany since 2010 will include Magnus Cedenblad taking on Krzysztof Jotko. Cedenblad is 11-4 in his career, while Jotko is 14-0.

UFC Fight Night: Munoz vs. Mousasi takes place May 31 from Berlin. Mark Munoz meets Gegard Mousasi in the main event.

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