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FIGHT OFF, TUCK INJURED

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Jon Tuck has confirmed that a knee injury sustained on Saturday during training has caused him to pull out of the PXC 33 main event scheduled for Sept 1 in Manila.

PXC has confirmed a Korean Top Team opponent to replace Tuck to face lightweight champion Harris Sarmiento for a non-title fight.

The other championship fight originally scheduled has also been affected by injury as flyweight champ Ale Cali was forced out of the fight card due to a broken nose.

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