Junior Dos Santos Vs. Cain Velaquez 2 On Tap For December 29th

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By Chris Howie
MMANEWS.COM Staff Writer

UFC President Dana White revealed this past weekend that UFC Heavyweight Champion Junior dos Santos is likely to face Cain Velaquez for a second time this December.

White told the media during the UFC 150 post fight press conference that the plan is for the two to fight at the UFC's year end show in Las Vegas. The date for the event is likely to be December 29th and the event would be UFC 155.

Dos Santos won the title from Velasquez last November, stopping the AKA fighter in the first round during the UFC's first broadcast on FOX.

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