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With Rashad Evans Out of UFC 206, Who Should Tim Kennedy Fight Next?

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“Hello, is there anybody out there?”

Tim Kennedy has his hands tied. After opponent Rashad Evans was denied licensing by the New York and Toronto commission – due to brain injury – Tim Kennedy was left fishing for a partner, again. With UFC 206 fast approaching Kennedy has taken to twitter to call out anyone that will listen, even Brock Lesnar.

@SpiderAnderson I know it’s been a minute since you won a fight. I might be an easy match up. Bad wrestling, horrible striking. #ufc206 ?

— Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) November 22, 2016

@vitorbelfort #ufc206 needs another flight. I’ll even do a catchweight to compensate for your dad body? #postUSADA

— Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) November 22, 2016

@BrockLesnar #ufc206 needs you. I won’t beat you up too bad. You could even do some hunting in Canada after the fight.

— Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) November 22, 2016

@patrick_cote hey how is the weather up there(said in Canadian accent)? Wanted to see if you were interested in getting on the Toronto card?

— Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) November 22, 2016

But let’s face it, Brock Lesnar is freakin HUGE and besides being a behemoth, he’s also suspended due to a doping infraction. Patrick Cote, while a native Moose jockey (canadian), is supposedly out due to an elbow injury…so where does that leave us?

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Source:: cagepotato