'Very Bad Fight For Him': Chris Weidman's Return From Brutal Leg Break Predicted To Lose At UFC 292.

Even though there will be a fight for two different belts at this weekend's pay-per-view event, the return of Chris Weidman,

who was previously the middleweight champion, is possibly the most exciting topic leading up to the event.

 despite the fact that Weidman is anticipating a strong return and following push toward title contention.

However, one rated UFC fighter is forecasting a difficult night for the former champion this weekend.

Octagon with former TUF competitor Brad Tavares, who was originally ranked as a contender.

awful severity of the injury, the New York native has long guaranteed a comeback in the pursuit of additional glory inside the cage.

After the incident, Weidman was forced to go through a series of operations and then spend a significant amount of time recovering off the field. 

"The All-American" will fight Brad Tavares in Boston this weekend.

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