The UFC are believed to have cut three more fighters who fought recently for the promotion.

The most notable fighter to be released is Denis Kang, with his team ATT confirming that he will now have to look elsewhere for his next fight.  Kang went 1-2 during his stint in the UFC, including losing to Alan Belcher in his debut, and most recently Michael Bisping at UFC 105.

Despite a noticeable dip in form in recent times – going 4-5 in past nine fights, there will be other promotions vying for his signature.  He spent much of his career in Asia, and a return their would certainly be an option, while Strikeforce may also seem him as a useful option to fill out their middleweight division.

Two fighters from season 9 of The Ultimate Fighter are also believed to have been released from their contracts.  Roli Delgado went 1-2 in the past year, suffering a devastating knockout loss in his last fight against Andre Winner.

Meanwhile Jason Dent leaves after an even 1-1 record in the octagon. This was his second stint in the UFC, having previously went 0-2 in 2006-2007 against Gleison Tibau and Roger Huerta.

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