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29 Jan 2015

Diaz, whos had past no-shows that irked UFC officials, is supposed to arrive in Vegas this afternoon, his agent told UFC officials. According to Sholler, Saturdays fight, which follows extended layoffs from both fighters, is still a go for now. Diaz is slated to return from a near-two-year layoff for the fight, which takes place at MGM Grand Garden Arena. The former Strikeforce champion hasnt fought since an early-2013 loss to then-champ Georges St-Pierre, though the middleweight fight with ex-champ Silva had apparently lured him back to the cage. Sholler said no fines or other penalties for Diaz have been discussed since UFC President Dana White and UFC Chairman and CEO Lorenzo Fertitta have been tied up in meetings today.

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A 15 percent hike in injury reporting from 2013 to 2014 an increase of about 0.9 per game, on average is at least in part due to the new system, according to Mack. "We knew it was going to be up this year, because we transitioned to the electronic medical records," Mack said in a telephone interview, echoing Miller's explanation. "We can't conclude the incidence of injuries is up. We know the reporting of injuries is up." In December 2013, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick whose team plays the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday said it was "a matter of record, not opinion" that injuries league-wide had been on the rise recently. Belichick blamed a decrease in the number of offseason, preseason and in-season practice sessions and workouts allowed as a main contributor to higher injury totals.


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