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UFC still overbooked, cuts five more MMA fighters

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Not long after The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 19 winner Eddie Gordon announced he was cut from Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), five more mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters have come forward to announce they’ll be joining “Truck” on the unemployment line.

Marcus Brimage (7-5):

Got my pink slip today, I was a pleasure working for @UFC, don’t worry I’ll be back!!!

— Marcus Brimage (@Brim205) October 17, 2015

Chris Clements (12-6, 1 NC):

Apparently I just got released from @ufc. It was my goal to compete there and I did it!

— Chris Clements (@menaceclements) October 17, 2015

Christos Giagos (11-4):

Sorry everyone but I will be back!!! #all #good #noworries https://t.co/Sw9JRp0OZt

— christos giagos (@CGiagos) October 16, 2015

Roger Narvaez (7-2):

I would like to thx @ufc @danawhite and Joe Silva for the opportunity to fulfill a dream. It’s not goodby….just I’ll see u later!#God1st

— Roger Narvaez (@Silverback316) October 16, 2015

Matt Van Buren (6-4):

On a positive note, I’m now unemployed so I can get food stamps #winning

— Matt Van Buren (@GutterMMA) October 17, 2015

They don’t call Van Buren “Gutter” for nothing…

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