- Take a look at slow-motion and up-close fight moments from the recent UFC 204 card in this edition of "Fight Motion." Several special cameras were used to film the event, which saw Michael Bisping defend his middleweight title over Dan Henderson.

- Even though the CM Punk experiment failed for the UFC, they are not giving up hope on bringing in other sports stars just yet. UFC president Dana White discussed the move to MMA by former NFL standout Greg Hardy during a recent appearance on "Speak for Yourself" on FOX Sports 1.

"Is he good enough to come into the UFC and fight? You know, I highly doubt it. What he should do is start training," White said. "He could fight in one of these small shows and we'll see how he looks. I don't know."

Hardy was suspended several times while playing for the Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers. He is a former All-Pro defensive end and has already been training for several months in Dallas.

- Dave Sholler, who rose to notoriety when he stepped in between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier in 2014 during a melee following a press conference, joins a growing list of UFC executives leaving the promotion. Sholler has agreed to a position with the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA. He will leave after UFC 205 this November.

Sholler has been in charge of public relations for Zuffa since 2009, first taking command of the WEC before joining ranks with the UFC. A native of New Jersey, Sholler cited the opportunity to return to the East Coast as a driving factor in his decision. He will be overseeing all communications on both the basketball and business side for the Sixers.

"This is a tremendous opportunity for me personally and professionally," Sholler told MMAjunkie. "It gives me the chance to go home to work for an organization I grew up rooting for, an organization that I'm incredibly passionate about, and an organization I believe is going to add to its storied legacy in the coming years."

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