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Old 02-20-2012, 03:24 PM
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Morning Report: Georges St-Pierre 'Ahead of Schedule,' Chisora-Haye Brawl and More

Feb 20, 2012 - To put it bluntly, this weekend was a mixed bag for combat sports. While the boxing world reignited due to Dereck Chisora's bizarre post-fight brawl with David Haye, mixed martial arts found itself alone in the corner, whispering sweet nothings to its crinkled UFC 144 flyer.
But like most non-fight weekends, we still somehow wound up with plenty of noteworthy morsels to pour over, from Georges St-Pierre's latest injury update and Brian Stann's Fox gig, to murmurs of Hendo vs. Machida and Jon Jones invoking Muhammad Ali comparisons. So catch up on all the MMA you may have missed with Monday's edition of the Morning Report.

Georges St-Pierre injury update. GSP announced he is "ahead of schedule" in his efforts to return to the Octagon.
Jason Miller vs. C.B. Dollaway set for UFC 146. Mayhem finally has his next UFC fight booked for May 26 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Dereck Chisora brawls with David Haye after Chisora vs. Klitschko. Following Dereck Chisora's decision loss to Vitali Klitschko on Saturday, Chisora and David Haye erupted into a violent brawl that was captured on video and eventually led to both men's arrest.
Greg Jackson will corner Jon Jones against Rashad Evans. After much debate, Evans' former trainer, Greg Jackson, has decided to corner Jon Jones at UFC 145.
For Anthony Pettis, one spectacular kick changed everything. Pettis reflected back to the moment that changed his life, for better or worse.
There's a lot more media (vids, tweets, etc) at the end of the article, which can be seen in its entirety here:
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