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Cummins' Gamble to Hold Out Pays Off

Cummins' gamble to hold out pays off
By Brett Okamoto, ESPN
"There is absolutely no denying Patrick Cummins has a heck of a story.

"The UFC relies on compelling story lines almost as heavily as it does on talent -- and Cummins' path to the Octagon at UFC 170 on Saturday reads like a Hollywood script.

"Last week, a last-minute knee injury to ranked light heavyweight Rashad Evans removed him from a bout against Daniel Cormier, which was scheduled to co-headline UFC 170 in Las Vegas."

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