MMA ODDS AND ENDS FOR WEDNESDAY: GASTELUM OUT OF UFC 195, MANUWA VS. KRYLOV RUMORED FOR UFC LONDON

Kelvin Gastelum injured and from UFC 195 Kelvin Gastelum is out of his UFC 195 with an undisclosed injury per UFC officials on Wednesday.

The TUF 17 winner was supposed to shoot on Kyle Noke at a welterweight bout. Instead Alex Morono (11-3) will be making his UFC debut and replacing Gastelum from Noke. Morono has won five-straight struggles. As a result of the switchup, a lightweight matchup between Abel Trujillo and Tony Sims are now part of the main card. UFC 195 occurs at Las Vegas, Nev. on Jan. 2. Robbie Lawler defends his welterweight title against Carlos Condit at the primary event. Report: Jimi Manuwa takes on Nikita Krylov set for UFC Fight Night 83 According to The Daily Mail, light heavyweights Manuwa and Krylov are set to face off at UFC Fight Night 83 at London.
Manuwa (15-2) is coming from a second round TKO loss to Anthony Johnson in UFC 191. He has gone 4-2 considering making his octagon introduction in 2012. Krylov (19-4) is coming off a first round entry victory over Marcos Rog??rio de Lima in UFC Fight Night 74.
Also two bouts have been officially added to this occasion.
Teemu Packalen vs Lukasz Sajewski Packalen (7-1) is coming off unanimous decision loss to Mickael Lebout at UFC Fight Night 72. Sajewski (13-1) suffered the first loss of his career, suffering a hasty conclusion lost to Nick Hein at UFC Fight Night 69 in his promotional introduction. Daniel Omielanczuk vs. Jarjis Danho Omielanczuk (17-5-1) has gone 2-2 inside the octagon and is coming from a stoppage victory over Chris de la Rocha in UFC Fight Night 72. Danho (6-0) has won all his fights by stoppage, such as four by knockout. He’s coming from a first-round TKO victory over Stefan Traunmueller at a Desert Force Championship event in Jordan. UFC Fight Night 83 takes place Feb. 27 at The O2 in London and below is the most current version of the card. Jimi Manuwa vs. Nikita Krylov ***Not Official** Michael Bisping vs. Gegard Mousasi Makwan Amirkhani vs. Mike Wilkinson Rustam Khabilov vs. Norman Parke Tom Breese vs. Keita Nakamura Henry Briones vs. Brad Pickett Davey Grant vs. Marlon Vera Arnold Allen vs. Yaotzin Meza Martin Svensson vs. David Teymur Chris Dempsey vs. Krzysztof Jotko Scott Askham vs. Chris Dempsey Teemu Packalen vs. Lukasz Sajewski Jarjis Danho vs. Daniel Omielanczuk Bellator’s Joe Schilling needs a rematch with Melvin Manhoef Kickboxing celebrity Schilling talked to MMAJunkie on Tuesday and expressed his desire to fight fellow knockout artist Melvin Manhoef for a second time. “The Melvin rematch is logical for the fans,” Schilling told MMAjunkie. “Our first fight was amazing and it was clearly more awesome for me than it was for him personally, but it was great for the fans. I’d love to fight Melvin again and it’s definitely something I see happening in the future” Schilling (2-5) knocked out Manhoef is his Bellator debut back in November 2014 in Bellator 131. Since that time, the GLORY kickboxer has dropped two straight spells from the cage, dropping bouts to Rafael Carvalho and many recently Hisaki Kato at Bellator 139 at June. Manhoef (30-12-1) is coming from a knockout win over Kato at Bellator 146 and is now 3-1- 1 NC in his last five fights. Emmanuel Yarborough goes off at 51 The most significant fighter to compete in the UFC, Emmanuel Yarborough, passed out on Monday evening. Yarbrough (1-3) who fought once in the UFC and once in PRIDE, was at a time recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s biggest athlete. He had been 616-pounds when he fought 195-pound Keith Hackney about the next UFC event in September of 1994. Yarborough was 51-years old.
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