Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of event announcements, fight matchups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA.

Facebook to stream all 8 UFC Fight Night 25 preliminary bouts

The UFC will continue to use Facebook to stream the unaired portion of its events and will stream all eight of the preliminary fights for UFC Fight Night 25 live on Facebook.  This will be the 10th consecutive event where the UFC has used Facebook to stream preliminary bouts.

Paul Daley misses weight, but Jordan Radev keeps BAMMA 7 bout alive

Paul Daley missed weight again, this time for his scheduled bout at BAMMA 7. He was not the only one to miss weight; several fighters came in over weight after several saunas that were being used by the fighters stopped working.  After a brief negotiation, Daley agreed to give up an undisclosed portion of his purse to keep the bout alive.

Dennis Hallman and John Makdessi agree to UFC 140 matchup in Toronto

Dennis Hallman will drop down to lightweight to meet John Makdessi at UFC 140.  Hallman recently decided to make the move to lightweight after suffering a TKO loss to Brian Ebersole at UFC 133.  Makdessi, on the other hand, will look to stay perfect as he fights for the third consecutive time on his home soil.

SOURCE: MMA Junkie
Despite shuffling the deck, UFC 137: St. Pierre vs. Condit sold out

Despite all of the issues surrounding UFC 137, with Nick Diaz not showing up for multiple press conferences and then being replaced by Carlos Condit, the show still sold out the first day that tickets were open to the public.  The event took little more than a couple of hours to sell out.

SOURCE: MMA Weekly

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Josh Davis is the owner and President of The MMA Corner, LLC. He has been a fan of mixed martial arts since seeing UFC 1 in his hometown. In addition to his The MMA Corner responsibilities, Josh is the editor of Scrapp! Fight Magazine. Josh has also written for MMA Unleashed and MMA Sports magazines. Josh also manages some of Colorado's best up and coming fighters and is dedicated to the positive promotion of the sport.