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‘Indifference is the enemy’ – Daniel Cormier reveals Kamaru Usman’s best move to stay in the spotlight


Daniel Cormier has asserted that ‘indifference is the enemy’ for Kamaru Usman. Cormier believes Usman ought to ensure that the fans care to tune in to watch his fights, regardless of whether it’s because they love him or hate him.Kamaru Usman is regarded as one of the top pound-for-pound MMA fighters in the world today. However, certain sections of the MMA community have been quite critical of Usman, as they’re of the view that his fighting style and brand of trash talk isn’t fan-friendly and entertaining.On an edition of DC & Helwani, MMA legend Daniel Cormier and co-host Ariel Helwani opened up on a myriad of topics. Cormier notably spoke about what Kamaru Usman needs to do to break through and continue evolving as a superstar in MMA. Cormier stated:“First off, I think Usman’s very aware. This pay-per-view (UFC 251) did 1.2-1.3 million buys. And a lot of it was based on Jorge Masvidal. All the intrigue he (Masvidal) has captured so late in his career – from him being on the private plane, the Versace robes, the pizza, The Rock with the (BMF) belt. It was all the rub that he got, all the shine, turned him into a star. Usman recognizes that. In that fight, he was on the paying side of that. Usman is the champ. He gets money. Secondly, and I’m not trying to cr*p on Jorge Masvidal, it was not that difficult of a fight. I fought Frank Mir the same way where I just clinched him. It’s not hard to do that when a guy doesn’t really have the ability to get away from you.”“There’s minimum risk for the champ. You get to coach The Ultimate Fighter now, seems to be becoming a part of it. And you get to make the most money. Does this pay-per-view do what the last one did? I don’t think so – Because we’ve seen it before. But it still does better than anything else he can do right now. I think it’s fantastic. Put those guys on TUF. Let them argue with each other. And for Usman, I believe, you put him on TUF, it’s gonna go one of two ways. I know the guy. I’ve known the guy for a long time. I like his personality. I like talking to him on the phone. We like to just talk and hang out…But either people are gonna love him after seeing more of him, or they’re gonna hate him even more. But they will come back with an opinion because that’s what you want. Right now, it’s a bit of a Usman can either fight a great fight, or it’s gonna be Masvidal (like Usman’s grappling-heavy approach against Masvidal) – which people didn’t seem to enjoy much because they wanted to see Usman give Masvidal a chance.” Daniel Cormier noted that the fans wanted to see Usman risk facing a dangerous striker like Masvidal in a striking battle, rather than see Usman grapple like he did at UFC 251.“He doesn’t have to give him a chance. That’s not his obligation. His obligation is to win and provide. So, they’ll either love him or they’ll hate him, which is what you want if you’re Kamaru Usman. Because the one thing you don’t want is indifference. I’ve always said that. Indifference is the enemy. If Kamaru Usman fights a guy that people love, go beat him again, and be on The Ultimate Fighter, it works.” (*H/T Sportskeeda for the transcription)In a nutshell, Daniel Cormier emphasized that as long as Kamaru Usman elicits a reaction from the fans – love or hate for him – he will grow and thrive as an MMA superstar.Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal have expressed interest in a rematch

Kamaru Usman (left); Jorge Masvidal (right)Kamaru Usman’s most recent fight was a third-round TKO win over Gilbert Burns at UFC 258 (February 13th, 2021). Kamaru Usman’s previous fight was a unanimous decision win over Jorge Masvidal at UFC 251 in July 2020 – a fight that Masvidal accepted on six days’ notice.Masvidal hasn’t competed ever since. Nevertheless, after Kamaru Usman’s UFC 258 victory, both Usman and Masvidal have confirmed that they’re willing to face one another in a rematch.Which fighter do you see emerging victorious in the UFC welterweight title rematch between current champion Kamaru Usman and potential challenger Jorge Masvidal? Sound off in the comments.Respect = earned 👊Jorge Masvidal and Kamaru Usman exchange words after the final buzzer.They’re not going to be friends, but they definitely respect each other after sharing the Octagon 👏 #UFC251 pic.twitter.com/SKRtZpfXy6— UFC on BT Sport (@btsportufc) July 12, 2020
Published 16 Feb 2021, 05:34 IST

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Light Heavyweight Prospect Johnny Walker Gives an Injury Update Following His Withdrawal From UFC 260


UFC light heavyweight, Johnny Walker, took to social media and provided an update to fans regarding his pectoral injury. The explosive Brazilian fighter underwent surgery on his torn pectoral muscle, following an injury he suffered during training. Walker was preparing for Jimmy Crute at UFC 260 however, reports came out a week ago that the fight was off. With the surgery behind him, Johnny Walker will place his focus solely on recovery and recuperation. It’s not clear when he will return, as this injury can result in an athlete being inactive for around 6-8 months. Anthony Smith stepped in on roughly a months’ notice to fill in for Johnny Walker and fight Crute at UFC 260. ‘Lionheart’ is no stranger to taking short notice appointments, and he’s sure to make the most out of a quick turnaround. As for Jimmy ‘the Brute’, he’s happy to have Smith as his new opponent who comes in as more experienced. UFC light heavyweight overview: Johnny Walker Johnny Walker went 1-1 in 2020, picking up a win in his last outing against Ryan Spann back in September. The victory snapped a two-fight skid and brought Walker back on track to eventually contest for gold. He was on a tear in the UFC with multiple blistering KO’s under his belt early on. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – SEPTEMBER 19: (L-R) Johnny Walker of Brazil punches Ryan Spann in their light heavyweight bout during the UFC Fight Night event at UFC APEX on September 19, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC)However, there are certain fundamental flaws that have been exposed in his game as of late in his recent fights. Chiefly, his defensive prowess leaves plenty to be desired, and he’s in for a rough night against a sniper of the opposite stance. However, he remains lethal in the clinch as was showcased in his fight against Khalil Rountree. Johnny Walker has all the attributes required to make a meaningful run towards the title in the 205-pound division. The weight class isn’t necessarily stacked, and it’s not impossible to come back after back-to-back losses. Not to mention, he’s got a flair to his striking offense, which always motivates the UFC to promote him. Fans hope this will be the case after he heals completely. Also Read: Gilbert Burns Regrets Going ‘Cody Garbrandt Crazy’ After Hurting Kamaru Usman at UFC 258 Continue the conversation on the app, join other MMA fans on MMA Fans App

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Kamaru Usman vs Georges St-Pierre: Who Has Fought Tougher Opponents in their UFC Runs?


UFC welterweight, Kamaru Usman, came out on top at UFC 258 and defended his strap for the third time. He’s now 4-0 in UFC title fights and is on the path towards sheer dominance across the sport of MMA. ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ stopped Gilbert Burns in the third round following a well-timed stance-switched jab that stunned him. Following the victory, Usman entered lofty territory by surpassing Georges St-Pierre’s unbeaten streak at welterweight. He’s on a 13-fight win streak alongside names such as Jon Jones and Khabib Nurmagomedov. Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva is the only athlete to have 16 consecutive wins under his belt and is the current record holder. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 13: (L-R) Gilbert Burns of Brazil punches Kamaru Usman of Nigeria in their UFC welterweight championship fight during the UFC 258 event at UFC APEX on February 13, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)Usman’s recent win has brought the GOAT debate under the microscope from fans and critics. Chiefly, only Georges St-Pierre can come in as a worthy contender for welterweight GOAT status and it’s easy to see why. Let’s take a look at their strength of schedules to determine who comes out on top. UFC head-to-head: Kamaru Usman vs Georges St-Pierre ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ is undoubtedly one of the most dominant forces to step foot in the cage. He’s never been knocked down or taken down and has out-landed every one of his UFC opponents thus far. Usman’s resume includes the who’s-who at welterweight, including former champions like Colby Covington (interim) and Rafael dos Anjos. Additionally, he’s scalped wins over Jorge Masvidal and Leon Edwards to clean out the top of the division. ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – JULY 12: Kamaru Usman of Nigeria celebrates after his victory over Jorge Masvidal in their UFC welterweight championship fight during the UFC 251 event at Flash Forum on UFC Fight Island on July 12, 2020 on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)Usman’s currently holds wins over the top four highest-ranked welterweights in his world and has begun cleaning the division. Chiefly, the next name who he hasn’t faced and beaten is the number 5 ranked fighter in Stephen Thompson. The only thing going against him is that he’ll have to accrue another seven title defenses to truly eclipse St-Pierre’s record. Georges St-Pierre: Sustained greatness ‘GSP’ has only suffered two losses in his career, and he’s successfully avenged both his professional losses. As mentioned earlier, he accrued 9 title defenses and was also successful in cleaning out his entire division. Furthermore, ‘GSP’ also captured the middleweight title and joined the short-list of UFC champ-champs’. Some of his career highlights include victories over a prime Josh Koscheck, Carlos Condit, and Jon Fitch. Despite the fact that he began grinding out decisions more than statement finishes, his dominance over his generation of welterweights is virtually unmatched. Usman still has a way to go in that regard. NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 04: Georges St-Pierre of Canada prepares to enter the Octagon prior to facing Michael Bisping of England in their UFC middleweight championship bout during the UFC 217 event inside Madison Square Garden on November 4, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)Traditionally, GOAT status in a particular weight class comes in by performances in title fights as the main benchmark. Title fight victories and belts tend to stand the test of time and come in as a testament to longevity. In this regard, Usman has a long way to go, however, at 33 years of age, he’s on the path to surpass St-Pierre. Continue the conversation on the app, join other MMA fans on MMA Fans App

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UFC Predictions: UFC Vegas 19: Curtis Blaydes vs. Derrick Lewis predictions and picks



After last weekend’s big UFC 258 event, the UFC returns to its APEX facility this weekend for UFC Vegas 19.The main event sees a clash of UFC Heavyweight contenders, as Curtis Blaydes faces off against Derrick Lewis, while Bantamweights Ketlen Vieira and Yana Kunitskaya face off in the co-main.The rest of the card is far weaker, with only a handful of recognizable names. But as always with the UFC, it’s worth watching the show as you never know when a classic fight is coming.Here are the predicted outcomes for UFC Vegas 19: Blaydes vs. Lewis.#1 UFC Heavyweight division: Curtis Blaydes vs. Derrick Lewis Curtis Blaydes is probably the UFC Heavyweight division’s best wrestler.With a UFC Heavyweight title fight between champion Stipe Miocic and top contender Francis Ngannou finally signed for next month’s UFC 260, the stakes are high in this fight.A win for either man – particularly a big finish that goes viral – could propel them into the next title shot. However, the presence of Jon Jones in the Heavyweight division might change that.UFC President Dana White has claimed Jones will be next in line for a shot at Miocic or Ngannou, but Blaydes, in particular, could change that here.

Razor is on a four-fight win streak coming into this weekend, and stylistically, he seems like a tricky test for Miocic in particular.If Ngannou – who has beaten Blaydes twice – were to win the title, things would obviously be different. But if Miocic retains the belt, then there’d definitely be an argument for Blaydes, and not Jones, taking the next shot – particularly if he wins big against Lewis.What’s on the line for Lewis? In all honesty, probably nothing. The Black Beast already had his UFC Heavyweight title shot, coming up short in 2018 against then-champ Daniel Cormier. Since then, he’s gone 3-1 but is largely seen as a popular gatekeeper these days.So who is likely to take this one? To be honest, it’s hard not to favor Blaydes.Razor is probably the best wrestler in the UFC Heavyweight division right now. Indeed, he holds the record for the most takedowns landed in a UFC Heavyweight fight after dumping Alexander Volkov 14 times in their fight last summer.Blaydes has been criticized – even by White – for a somewhat dull fighting style, but that usually isn’t the case. Prior to his admittedly slower win over Volkov, he’d finished Junior Dos Santos and Shamil Abdurakhimov in violent fashion.

And this fight sounds stylistically perfect for him. Lewis is a concussive puncher – arguably only Ngannou hits harder in the entire UFC – but his ground game has always been a major weakness.Lewis’ straight-ahead style makes him relatively easy to take down, particularly for skilled wrestlers. And while he’s capable of escaping from the bottom, usually via brute force, UFC stars such as Cormier, Abdurakhimov, and Blagoy Ivanov found it relatively easy to keep him pinned.Add in the fact that The Black Beast also lacks in the cardio department, and you’d be forgiven for questioning how he’s made it this far.But when you possess the kind of face-melting power that Lewis does, you’ve always got a shot at winning. And so fights that The Black Beast was losing have quickly been turned around with one clubbing blow – giving him an impressive UFC record of 15-5.

Therefore, Lewis can win this fight, it just won’t be easy. His best bet might be to rush Blaydes from the off, just as Ngannou did, and bank on him being too willing to trade or panicking into making sloppy errors.However, I just don’t think that’s likely. It’s much more viable that Razor takes Lewis down early on, advances to the mount or back mount, and punches him very hard until the referee has to step in. A win like that would make Blaydes 11-2 in the UFC – and should net him a UFC title shot.The Pick: Blaydes via second-round TKO

Published 15 Feb 2021, 18:11 IST

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‘It’s Not Done!’- Kamaru Usman Calls Out Jorge Masvidal for His Next Match


The main event at UFC 258 saw former teammates turned rivals, Kamaru Usman and Gilbert Burns, take each other on. Although the fight was not the most hyped for MMA fans, the matchup between ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ and ‘Durinho’ was a mouth-watering prospect.  Going into the bout, there was a lot of talk about what both men had taken away from years of sparring together and how they would be able to use it come fight night. Under Hooft, both Burns and Usman had added striking to their already vast arsenal.  The fight did not start off well for the champion, who was rocked in the first round and was in big trouble. However, he proved his championship mettle once again by weathering the early onslaught. He hurt Gilbert in the second round and ended the fight in the third round with a beautiful jab. The ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ claimed he had been working on the jab a lot after his coach, Trevor Wittman, had encouraged him.  Kamaru Usman beats Georges-St Pierre for the most consecutive wins at welterweight After the fight in his interview with Joe Rogan, Usman called out a rival for his recent comments on social media.  The UFC welterweight champion said, “We got this little street thug, calling himself a Jesus, thinking he’s Jesus. And you know, Joe, we tried to make that fight several times… but he kept backing out. The only reason this man took the fight is because it was on six days’ notice.” The welterweight champion continued, “And he had a built-in excuse, and he’s still running his mouth. Talking about he broke my nose and stepping in on six days. Give you three weeks, he’s going to do something. Guess what? It’s not done. I’ll give you a whole training camp. I guarantee you, you won’t sign on that dotted line.” ‘Gamebred’ recently tweeted that he would ‘take off’ Kamaru Usman’s head with a full training camp. The comments have not sat well with the champion, who beat Masvidal in a dominant display at UFC 251. What did you make of Kamaru Usman’s performance tonight? If the UFC books this rematch, do you think a full training camp for ‘Gamebred’ would result in a different outcome? Also Read: Five Surprising Facts About UFC Announcer Bruce Buffer Continue the conversation on the app, join other MMA fans on MMA Fans App

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The emotional embrace between Kamaru Usman and Gilbert Burns after their UFC 258 war


Kamaru Usman finished Gilbert Burns via KO/TKO in the main event at UFC 258. Kamaru Usman was looking to defend his welterweight title against Gilbert Burns who had his first shot at the title in his six years at the UFC.Kamaru Usman and Gilbert Burns embraced in a deep show of friendship and respect right after the fight. Having been teammates for a long time in Sanford MMA, Florida, the title fight had a lot of emotional significance for both Usman and Burns. Burns broke down immediately after the fight was stopped in the third round as Kamaru Usman went southpaw to drop Gilbert Burns with a right jab that landed flush and followed it up with vicious ground and pound. Daniel Cormier empathized with Burns as he acknowledged the impact that a loss of such caliber can have on a fighter.Kamaru Usman stated in his post-fight interview that no credit should be taken away from what Gilbert Burns has done for the welterweight division but he leaves all friendship outside the Octagon.Kamaru Usman and Gilbert Burns go back a long wayKamaru Usman and Gilbert Burns have been teammates for almost 10 years. The two first met in 2012 while training with the now-defunct Blackzilians. After its shutdown, both Usman and Burns moved to Sanford MMA in Florida.Kamaru Usman moved to ONX sports in 2020 to train under coach Trevor Wittman in preparation for the fight against Gilbert Burns. After his third successful title defense, Kamaru Usman continues to be the undisputed king of the welterweights.
Published 14 Feb 2021, 12:17 IST

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Max Holloway reacts to Kamaru Usman’s phenomenal victory over Gilbert Burns at UFC 258


Former UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway has reacted to Kamaru Usman’s massive third-round knockout victory over Gilbert Burns in the main event of UFC 258.Holloway acknowledged that the welterweight champion brought his A-game to the fight and claimed that Usman has earned his respect with the incredible performance. The MMA community wanted to know if Burns would be the man who’d finally bring Usman’s domination inside the octagon to an end.However, it turned out that Usman truly is the ‘Nigerian Nightmare’ who smashed Burns’ dream of becoming champion.Kamaru Usman shows Gilbert Burns why he is the king of welterweightsThere was no customary touching of gloves between the ex-teammates before the fight and the tension in the air was palpable. Kamaru Usman as well as the viewers were in for an early surprise as Burns connected with a devastating right hook that rocked the champ.Usman got clipped right behind the ear and was down on one knee before managing to foil a flying knee attempt by Burns and transitioning into a takedown. Although Usman was ahead in terms of the total number of strikes at the end of the first round, Burns had clearly drawn first blood.It was in the second round that the champ truly started going to work. Usman used his five-inch reach advantage well, staying out of range and stinging Burns with hard jabs connecting flush on the chin. Usman had Burns clearly reeling from the jabs as he scored two knockdowns in the second round with a simple one-two combination.Burns was quickly fading and Usman realized that. The champion put his foot on the gas early in the round and managed to connect flush on the chin with a hard right-hand shot that sent Burns crashing down on the canvas.Kamaru Usman followed it up with some vicious ground and pound before Herb Dean stepped in to save Burns from further damage.
Published 14 Feb 2021, 12:09 IST

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UFC 258 Fight Night bonuses: Which fighters won $50,000 each?


Kamaru Usman defeated former teammate Gilbert Burns in the main event of UFC 258 via TKO in the third round.In UFC’s second pay-per-view event of the year, there were plenty of performances that attracted the fans’ attention, with Anthony Hernandez, Julian Marquez, Kamaru Usman, and Polyana Viana in particular stealing the show.All four fighters pocketed $50,000 to earn the Performance of the Night honors at UFC 258.Anthony Hernandez put on a dominating performance against veteran Rodolfo Vieira to secure a big victory. On the other hand, Julian Marquez and Polyana Viana got the better of Maki Pitolo and Mallory Martin, respectively.Performances of the Night:Anthony HernandezJulian MarquezKamaru UsmanPolyana Viana#UFC258— Helen Yee (@HelenYeeSports) February 14, 2021Kamaru Usman successfully defends his title at UFC 258Kamaru Usman won his much-awaited clash against Gilbert Burns at UFC 258. Both welterweights were originally scheduled to face one another at UFC 251 in July last year. However, Burns was forced to pull out of the fight after testing positive for COVID-19.After a failed attempt at making the fight happen in December 2020, the UFC finally booked the title clash for UFC 258.The Nigerian Nightmare found himself on the receiving end of a stinging punch from Burns early in the first round, but Usman used poise and precision to put away his former teammate. This was Usman’s third successful title defense.
Published 14 Feb 2021, 12:04 IST

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“We accept!”- Jorge Masvidal responds after a heated Kamaru Usman calls him out following UFC 258 win


In his UFC 258 post-fight interview, Kamaru Usman called out Jorge Masvidal for a rematch. The Nigerian Nightmare put Gamebred on notice for a rematch, to which the BMF champion has now responded.Taking to social media, Jorge Masvidal’s manager, Malki Kawa, claimed that he and his client have accepted Usman’s challenge. Kawa also added that both welterweight fighters should be coaches for the upcoming edition of The Ultimate Fighter.Here is what Malki Kawa tweeted out:Let’s do It. TUF. Masvidal vs usman. We accept.— malki kawa (@malkikawa) February 14, 2021Prior to UFC 258, UFC President Dana White claimed the promotion is looking to book two welterweight fighters as coaches for The Ultimate Fighter’s upcoming season.With Usman being the reigning champion at 170, the ideal choice would’ve been to have arch-rivals Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal cross paths on The Ultimate Fighter, eventually leading to a fight between the pair.Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal have faced each other once in the pastKamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal faced each other at UFC 251. Usman was initially set to defend his title against Gilbert Burns on that pay-per-view. But with Durinho forced to withdraw from the fight, Masvidal stepped in on six days’ notice.The Nigerian Nightmare dominated the reigning BMF champion in their five-round fight and retained his welterweight strap. Since the loss at UFC 251, Jorge Masvidal is yet to step into the Octagon. Despite talks of a potential fight against his former best friend Covington, Gamebred could end up fighting Usman in a rematch.
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UFC 258- Usman vs Burns: Maki Pitolo vs Julian Marquez: Prediction and Analysis


UFC 258 is an extremely stacked card. From the main-event all the way down to the preliminary card, the UFC has left no stone unturned in making sure that fans have an action-packed card to look forward to.  In the middleweight division, Maki Pitolo takes on a dangerous adversary in Julian Marquez. Both men are currently unranked in the UFC and will be hoping to take a step forward towards gaining a rank in the division with a positive result this weekend.  Both fighters also succumbed to losses in their recent outings and will be aiming to bounce back into the win column at UFC 258. Heading into the fight, we take a closer look at the strengths and weaknesses of both fighters and a possible route to victory for both men involved in the fight.  Read: Dana White believes Kamaru Usman is on his way to ‘GOAT Status’ Maki Pitolo vs Julian Marquez will be a cracker of a fight at UFC 258 Maki Pitolo made his UFC debut with a stunning TKO win over Justin Sumter on Dana White’s Contender Series in July 2019. Most recently, he succumbed to a unanimous decision loss to Impa Kasanganay in August 2020. He is currently on a two-fight skid and has not won a fight in the UFC since June 2020.  Julian Marquez made his UFC debut with a stunning KO win over Phil Hawes on Dana White’s Contender Series in August 2017. Most recently, he succumbed to a split decision loss to Alessio Di Chirico in July 2018. After a long layoff, he will be aiming to get back into the octagon with a win.  ‘Coconut Bombz’ has secured 54% of his wins via T/KO. He has landed an explosive 4.2 significant strikes per minute. However, he has absorbed 3.21 significant strikes per minute, which will be dangerous against a power puncher in Marquez.  Pitolo has also averaged 2.13 takedowns per 15 minutes and 0.71 submissions in the same time period.  ‘The Cuban Missile Crisis’ has secured a mind-boggling 86% of his wins via T/KO. He has landed an impressive 3.48 significant strikes per minute. However, he has absorbed a concerning 4.41 significant strikes per minute, which can be his downfall.  Given recent form and performances, ‘The Cuban Missile Crisis’ should be able to secure a win at UFC 258.  Prediction: Julian Marquez via T/KO  Continue the conversation on the app, join other MMA fans on MMA Fans App

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