We have a lot to get to this week, so let’s not waste any time.The ledeThe biggest story of the weekend, at least as of right now, is Friday’s UFC Boston main event: Dominick Reyes vs. Chris Weidman. This fight is big for two reasons: 1) It’s Weidman’s long-awaited 205-pound debut, and 2) the winner could very well be next in line for Jon Jones.I have long believed that Weidman should test the light heavyweight waters, so I’m curious to see how he does in this fight. The truth is I would have liked to see him fight a veteran such as a Glover Teixeira in his 205-pound debut, not a rising star in Reyes, but that’s how it often goes in the UFC. If Weidman wins — and especially if he does in impressive fashion — I think he easily becomes the front-runner to face Jones next.The UFC — and Jones, for that matter — is eager to find a marquee matchup for the light heavyweight champion. There is a feeling among those close to Jones that he is diluting his brand by fighting lesser-known competition. That’s why the Jan Blachowicz fight, which was on the table for November… Read full this story
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