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UFC releases 11 fighters

According to @UFCRosterWatch on "Twitter," the UFC has cut ties with eleven fresh competitors.

It should be emphasised that it is unclear if all of these actions constituted outright releases or expired contracts.

These are the list of fighters released:

1. Brandon Davis, bantamweight (14-10 MMA)

Brandon Davis made his UFC comeback in 2021, losing to Dana Batgerel by first-round TKO and Mana Martinez via split decision in October.

2. Vince Morales, bantamweight (11-7 MMA)

Vince Morales finished his UFC career with a two-fight losing streak and a record of 3-5.

3. Kevin Natividad, bantamweight (9-4 MMA)

Natividad lost a split decision against Ricky Turcios back in November and had a 0-3 UFC record.

4. Gadzhi Omargadzhiev, welterweight (13-2 MMA)

At UFC 280 and in his promotional debut, Omargadzhiev lost to Abubakar Nurmagomedov via decision.

5. Raulian Paiva, bantamweight (21-5 MMA)

Paiva recently competed in June, losing a decision to Sergey Morozov after being knocked out by Sean O'Malley before that.

6. Alejandro Perez, bantamweight (22-9-1 MMA)

Since joining the UFC in 2014, Alejandro Perez had an 8-4-1 record.

7. Jay Perrin, bantamweight (10-7 MMA)

At UFC 282 in December, Jay Perrin lost to Raul Rosas Jr. by first-round submission.

8. Marcelo Rojo, featherweight (16-9 MMA)

In his most recent fight, Francis Marshall TKO'd him in the second round at UFC Orlando.

9. Liudvik Sholinian, bantamweight (9-3-1 MMA)

Sholinian last competed in November, losing a decision to Johnny Munoz Jr.

10. Michael Trizano, lightweight (10-3)

In November at UFC 281, the TUF 27 winner defeated Seung Woo Choi by way of KO. Trizano had a 4-3 UFC record.

11. Women's flyweight: Sijara Eubanks (7-7 MMA)

Eubanks was scheduled to make a comeback last weekend, but the fight had to be cancelled due to weight constraints.


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