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Former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar (pictured) finally snapped his three-fight losing skid by taking a unanimous decision victory over Charles Oliveira on Saturday at UFC 162.
It was the first time in eight fights that Edgar didn’t compete in a five-round title tilt.
Their 145-pound shootout was good enough to earn them each an extra $50,000 for “Fight of the Night.”
“The Answer” is hoping to make one final run at the hardware.
UFC 162 took place inside MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Video: Highlights: UFC 162: Edgar – Oliveira
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If Frankie Edgar wins the title at featherweight it is very concievable to think he would want to be the only fighter to ever win titles in three different weight classes and make the move down to bantamweight. Could this possibly be a future match up? One thing is for sure, if this did happen it would be a very exciting scrap, as both these fighters are some of the toughest...
How can you not like Frankie Edgar? Dude puts on a show every freakin’ time he is in the octagon.
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