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    The crown jewel of the UFC’s three cards on Fight Island over eight nights in Abu Dhabi takes place on Saturday when a must-see lightweight rematch between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier headlines UFC 257. The pay-per-view card will take place in front of 2,000 socially-distanced fans inside Etihad Arena and will also feature a co-main event at 155 pounds pairing Dan Hooker and former three-time Bellator MMA champion Michael Chandler

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