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Addendum #1: Backup fighters get paid enough to cover their expenses even if they don't end up fighting, and whenever possible should be juggled into the lineup of upcoming cards so their camp isn't wasted.*I've been considering this since the recent clusterf***s at UFC 147 and 149, but those went on despite the ravaged lineups, so it seemed excessive. But once the UFC starts cancelling cards it seems it's time to start implementing contingency plans.
Addendum #2: For cards in which both main and co-main event are fought at the same weight class, one replacement fighter should be enough. (In freak situation in which two of the four fighters are injured at the least minute, the Co-main can be rescheduled. This should be ridiculously rare anyway.)
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