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Lowe replaces Tavares in UFC 114 Bout against Guillard

Three-time Division II National wrestling champion Waylon Lowe will step into the Octagon for the first time on May 29th, as he replaces the injured Thiago Tavares against rising lightweight star Melvin Guillard. Lowe is currently on a six fight winning streak that includes a first round knockout of veteran Steve Berger in April. Now he’ll look to extend that streak against “The Young Assassin”, who has won two of his last three fights, decisioning Gleison Tibau and Ronys Torres.
 

Three-time Division II National wrestling champion Waylon Lowe will step into the Octagon for the first time on May 29th, as he replaces the injured Thiago Tavares against rising lightweight star Melvin Guillard. Lowe is currently on a six fight winning streak that includes a first round knockout of veteran Steve Berger in April. Now he’ll look to extend that streak against “The Young Assassin”, who has won two of his last three fights, decisioning Gleison Tibau and Ronys Torres.
 

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