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Canadian fighters set for UFC assignments with Randa Markos up first

TORONTO — Canadians Shane (Shaolin) Campbell and Sarah (Cheesecake) Moras have been added to the UFC's televised Fight Night card Feb. 21 in Pittsburgh.

Campbell takes on lightweight James Krause while Moras faces Lauren Murphy, ranked 15th among bantamweight contenders.

The two Canadians are teammates at Toshido MMA in Kelowna, B.C.

Campbell (12-3-0) is coming off a decision win over Elias Silverio. He lost his UFC debut to Montreal's John (the Bull) Makdessi.

Moras (4-3-0) lost a decision to Jessica Andrade last time out. She opened her UFC account with a win over Alexis Dufresne after appearing on Season 18 of "The Ultimate Fighter."

Next up for Canada in the UFC is Randa (Quiet Storm) Markos of Windsor, Ont. Ranked seventh among strawweight contenders, Markos (5-3-0) takes on Poland's Karolina Kowalkiewicz (7-0-0) on Saturday's Fight Night card in Orlando, Fla.

Edmonton welterweight Sheldon Westcott (9-3-1) fights Mexico's Edgar Garcia (14-4-0) on the UFC 195 undercard Jan. 2 in Las Vegas.

Veteran Montreal welterweight Patrick (The Predator) Cote (23-9-0) faces Ben (Killa B) Saunders (19-6-2) on a Jan. 17 Fight Night card in Boston.

Olivier (The Quebec Kid) Aubin-Mercier, meanwhile, fights Brazil's Joaquim Silva on a Jan. 30 Fight Night card in Newark., N.J. Both fighters have 8-1-0 records.

The Canadian Press

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