Triple Take: Who will end 2021 as an unexpected UFC champion?
MMAJunkie 2hrs ago

The UFC is coming off a year where no championship belts changed hands inside the octagon. There weren’t a ton of surprises when it came to title fights, but with 2021 brings new narratives.

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In this latest edition of Triple Take, MMA Junkie’s Mike Bohn, Nolan King and John Morgan weigh in on who they think will overcome the odds to hold UFC gold by the end of 2021.

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