double-champion Henry Cejudo and coach Eric Albarracin broke the news of Bruno Silva

UFC 243 in Melbourne, , opposite Khalid Taha. The former TUF alum is 3-1-1 since his appearance on the reality show in 2015. He credits his teammates in Phoenix as crucial ingredients that finally got him in the .

Cejudo currently holds the UFC bantamweight and flyweight titles after defeating Demetrious Johnson, and Marlon Moraes

UFC 242

The fact that Patricio Freire and Leandro Higo

Taha brings a 1-1 UFC record to the table against the octagon newcomer. After dropping a decision to Nad Narimani in his first appearance in the eight-sided cage, Taha stopped Boston Salmon in just 25 seconds in April.

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