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Bummer, it looks like Alexander Gustafsson is out of UFC on Fuel TV 9

Bummer, it looks like Alexander Gustafsson is out of UFC on Fuel TV 9

News like this makes you want to climb to the top of a mountain, throw up your arms and scream some four-letter word while eventually dropping to your knees and burying your tear-filled face in your hands. Damn, that’s a lot of things to do on an Easter evening. Maybe you should just kick over your 2-liter bottle of Sprite in disappointment. Earlier today an article on MMANyet stated Gustafsson suffered a cut and his participation in UFC on Fuel TV 9 was in jeopardy. Now it appears that Gustafsson will be unable to headline the card in his hometown, leaving Gegard Mousasi to shadow box in a cage for fifteen minutes.

Actually there have been no talk of replacements for Mousasi going into UFC on Fuel TV 9. The entire light heavyweight division is booked, injured — or simply don’t want to board a plane to Sweden and cut weight for a fight they’ve had eight hours to prepare for. You can’t blame them — Gegard Mousasi is a dangerous human being that fights like he’s forgotten what emotion feels like. Don’t be surprised if the UFC looks for someone in the middleweight division to step up on short notice. Wait, where is Chael Sonnen…

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