Found November 06, 2013 on MMAInsider:
 According to a recent a report from Sherdog, an injury has forced Vaughan Lee (13-9-1, pictured) out of his bout with Sergio Pettis (9-0) at UFC 167, UFC officials are now actively seeking a replacement for the fight.Sergio Pettis, the younger brother of current UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis (17-2), is set to make his UFC debut at the event and with now less than two weeks until UFC 167 takes place he faces the prospect of having little time to prepare for a change of opponent.Sergio is currently undefeated in his professional career, having gone 9-0 since his debut in September, 2011. In his last outing in September of this year he scored a first round submission victory over James Porter (5-2), winning the  NAFC Bantamweight Championship in the process.The details of Lee’s injury are currently unknown at this point.UFC 167 takes place on November 16th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can check out the updated card below.UFC 167:  Welterweight Titl...

Will Campuzano Replaces Vaughan Lee For UFC 167 Clash With Sergio Pettis

 Following the recent withdrawal due to injury of Vaughan Lee (13-9-1), it has been confirmed that Will Campuzano (13-4, pictured left) will return to the UFC to replace Lee for his proposed bout against promotional debutant Sergio Pettis (9-0) at UFC 167.Campuzano was released from the UFC in 2011 after going 0-2 with the promotion, dropping fights to Nick Pace (6-3) and Chris...
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