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Robbie Lawler will enter the UFC 214 Octagon tomorrow night (Sat., July 29, 2017) at UFC 214 live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., for the first time since losing his UFC welterweight title to Tyron Woodley one year ago.

Unfortunately for “Ruthless,” long-time friend and former coach Matt Hughes will not be by his side, as the UFC Hall of Famer recovers from injuries suffered in a car-train accident this past June.

“Yeah, it’s been hard,” Lawler said at UFC 214’s media day earlier this week. “He’s usually here with us right by our side, hanging out, making sure I’m alright. It is what it is. He’s doing better, but that’s something his family should talk about and let the media know through their outlets, not mine.Having not fought since UFC 201, Lawler is currently experiencing the longest layoff of his 16-year career. When the former UFC champion steps back inside of the cage at UFC 214, he’ll be given the task of disposing of hard-nosed veteran Donald Cerrone, who is coming off a knockout loss at the hands of Jorge Masvidal. That’s a tough return to action for Lawler, especially considering “Ruthless” has to block out his emotions regarding Hughes.

“It’s not on my mind until like somebody asks me,” Lawler said, “Because I’m pretty good at focusing on what I need to focus on. But yeah. It’s rough.”

If Lawler is able to knock off Cerrone at UFC 214 and recapture the divisional pizzazz he possessed just one year ago, he’ll quickly reestablish himself as a title threat entering 2018 and give Hughes something to smile about.

Good news, everyone! If the excruciatingly painful structure of the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor press conferences had you longing for the comparatively smooth workings of a UFC press conference, you’re getting one today (Wednesday, July 26th)!

Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones will command the majority of the questions at the UFC 214presser, but they won’t be the only ones there. Co-headliners Tyron Woodley and Demian Maia, as well as women’s featherweight title challengers Cris Cyborg and Tonya Evinger will also be present. Leading the proceedings will be none other than UFC president Dana White.

You can watch the UFC 214: Cormier vs. Jones 2 pre-fight presser at the top of the page, beginning at 4 PM ET/1 PM PT. Be sure to follow the @BloodyElbow Twitter account, as our own Michael Hutchinson will be live-tweeting the best bits throughout the event, and we will have follow-up content on the site itself, including the staredown videos.

The UFC 214 weigh-in results are rolling in today (July 28) at 12 p.m. ET.

All 24 fighters on the card are set to tip the scales shortly. In the main event of tomorrow night’s card, light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones will throw leather for the 205-pound gold.

Co-headliners Tyron Woodley and Demian Maia are also in a title bout with “The Chosen One” defending his welterweight championship. Cris Cyborg and Tonya Evinger will also be competing for the vacant women’s featherweight title.

The UFC is kicking off the final fight week of July with a media conference call for this Saturday’s UFC 214 card in Anaheim, California. While Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones will obviously command center stage, co-headliners Tyron Woodley and Demian Maia, as well as Cris Cyborg and Tonya Evinger are also participating today.

You can listen to the UFC 214 media conference call at the top of the page, starting at 5 PM ET/2 PM PT.

Here’s the full lineup for Saturday’s super card:

Main Card (PPV, 10pm ET)

Daniel Cormier vs. Jon Jones [LHW Title]

Tyron Woodley vs. Demian Maia [WW Title]

Cris Cyborg vs. Tonya Evinger [Women’s FW Title]

Robbie Lawler vs. Donald Cerrone

Jimi Manuwa vs. Volkan Oezdemir

Preliminary card (FXX, 8pm ET)

Jason Knight vs. Ricardo Lamas

Renan Barao vs. Aljamain Sterling

Brian Ortega vs. Renato Moicano

Calvin Kattar vs. Andre Fili

Fight Pass Card (6:30pm ET)

Kailin Curran vs. Alexandra Albu

Eric Shelton vs. Jarred Brooks

Josh Burkman vs. Drew Dober

Calvin Kattar has waited a long time to fight in the Octagon, and now he’s a day away from his promotional debut.

Kattar is scheduled to compete as a UFC fighter for the first time on the UFC 214 preliminary card against Andre Fili. He accepted the fight on short notice after Doo Ho Choi pulled out of the Anaheim, CA, pay-per-view card, and has had two months to prepare for the biggest fight of his life.

Kattar isn’t too bothered about being a short-notice replacement. After all, that seems to be the best way to get into the UFC nowadays. The featherweight was, however, somewhat confused as to why the UFC did not sign him to fight Fili right after Fili’s original opponent, Choi, was announced off the card in mid June. He could have had over a month to prepare for “Touchy.”

“That is kind of interesting; I was wondering the same thing, actually,” Kattar told BloodyElbow.com. “But I’m just happy that I got the call when I did, no matter when it was. This is the opportunity that I’ve been waiting for, and I’m very ready for it.”

Kattar is a sizable underdog ahead of his Saturday night debut, and the Massachusetts-based fighter said that has decreased the amount of pressure he is feeling. He hasn’t been a betting underdog in over four years, so he doesn’t mind his opponent being favored for the first time in awhile.

That said, his expectations for himself are still high.“It’s nice to be the underdog for the first time in quite awhile,” he said. “But at the end of the day, I do hold myself accountable to a certain level of performance, which is why I’m here today. I expect a lot out of myself and I won’t be happy unless I go out there and perform to my capabilities.”

Kattar’s official nickname is “The Boston Finisher,” yet the 29-year-old’s last six wins have all come by way of decision, and he hasn’t won a fight inside the distance since 2010. So where’d the nickname come from, you ask, and how will he live up to it at UFC 214?

Reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier will run it back with former division kingpin Jon Jones at the upcoming UFC 214 pay-per-view (PPV) event on Sat., July 29, 2017 inside Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

While both “DC” and “Bones” have been making the rounds in recent days (sample), they’ll now have their official pre-fight conference call with the mixed martial arts (MMA) media to discuss this weekend’s big shebang.

The festivities get underway at 5 p.m. ET in the embedded player above.

A mere four months ago, London native Manuwa seemingly moved in pole position for a shot at the UFC light-heavyweight title with an emphatic first-round knockout victory over Corey Anderson.

 In the eyes of many mixed martial arts fans, Manuwa’s impressive victory Anderson, his second stoppage win on the bounce, solidified his status as the No.1 contender for the 205lbs title, which is currently wrapped around the waist of Daniel Cormier.In need of pay-per-view-selling fights, the UFC brass decided against giving Manuwa his first shot at UFC gold, opting instead to book a rematch UFC 214 Live between Cormier and his bitter rival Jon Jones – which headlines UFC 214.

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