UFC confirm Anthony Johnson will get shot at title in rematch with champion Daniel Cormier at UFC 206
Anthony Johnson will get another shot at the light-heavyweight title with his rematch with Daniel Cormier confirmed for UFC 206 in Toronto.
The UFC returns to Toronto with an explosive fight as Johnson and Cormier fight for a second time with the challenger looking to avenge a May 2015 defeat that crowned a new light-heavyweight champion.
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Cormier has defended his belt once since then with a non-title bout with Anderson Silva... read more
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