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Kelvin Gastelum    UFC    Middleweight
Gastelum will take on Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza in UFC 224 on May 12 at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Alexander K. Lee of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Gastelum's last fight came back in November, a statement win over former middleweight champion Michael Bisping via KO (punches) at UFC Fight Night: Shanghai. The 26-year-old is now 4-1 in his UFC career, with one no-contest competing at 185 pounds.
Ronaldo Souza    UFC    Middleweight
Souza will take on Kevin Gastelum in UFC 224 on May 12 at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Alexander K. Lee of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

It will be Souza's second fight of the calendar year, after the 38-year-old defeated Derek Brunson via TKO (strikes) in Charlotte on Jan. 27. Souza now boasts an 8-2 record UFC record, with losses coming to Robert Whittaker (undisclosed) and Yoel Romero.
Conor McGregor    UFC    Lightweight
McGregor affirmed via his personal Twitter account Thursday that he intends to fight again, and that even though a deal couldn't get done, he had offered to step in for Max Holloway at UFC 222 next Saturday.

Fantasy Analysis

Though it had previously been in question, McGregor seems intent on stepping into the Octagon once more, opening his post with "I am fighting again. Period." On top of his expressed determination to fight again, McGregor's post brings forth several other interesting points. First, a return to featherweight (145 pounds) still seems to be on the table, even though he last competed in the UFC in the lightweight (155 pounds) division. Furthermore, he seems willing and able to step in and save a card on short notice, which opens the door for countless possibilities in his UFC future. Even though UFC President Dana White once admitted he's not sure if McGregor would ever fight again, it appears the former two-division champion is intent on giving the promotion the injection of life it sorely needs with a new TV renewal deal on the horizon. Not surprisingly, ESPN's Bretty Okamoto reported that Edgar's camp strongly refuted McGregor's claim, though it's also a possibility that talks never advanced enough to even present the idea to Edgar's management team. In the end, the primary takeaway here is that fight fans likely have not seen the last of McGregor in the UFC Octagon.
Rousimar Palhares    PFL    Welterweight
Palhares is slated to fight Aliaskhab Khizriev on March 30, Guilherme Cruz of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Palhares, fresh off a draw with Shamil Amirov, will look to get back in the win column against Khizriev. Prior to the draw, Palhares had been in the midst of a small slump, dropping do of his previous three bouts. However, the 38-year-old's 19-8 record speaks for itself.
Marcos Galvao    Bellator    Bantamweight
Galvao has been removed from the Bellator roster, Guilherme Cruz of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Galvao had been struggling in his recent bouts and the move comes as little surprise given his expiring contract. At 36 years old, Galvao's worth seemed to be declining. He'll leave Bellator with a career 18-9-1 record.
Zak Ottow    UFC    Welterweight
Ottow will fight Mike Pyle at UFC 222 on Mar. 3, Alexander K. Lee of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Ottow is coming off a TKO loss to Jingliang Li at UFC Fight Night 122 back in November and has lost two of his last three bouts, so he'll be looking for a bounce-back showing in March. That said, his opponent, Mike Pyle, has dealt with some struggles of late as well, losing his last two. With both fighters often looking for submissions, this fight could spend the majority of the time on the ground. Pyle owns the height advantage here, but at 42 years old, is roughly 11 years older than Ottow, so Ottow could look to wear down the older Pyle early and often.
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