Report: UFC Re-Signs Nicolas Dalby

Cage Warriors Interim Welterweight Champion Nicolas Dalby is reportedly on his way back to the UFC and could be competing at UFC Fight Night Copenhagen.

The potentially re-signed Dalby revealed the news himself via a lengthy Instagram post:

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This is how we looked just after I was told that not only did I get re-signed to @UFC @UFCEurope but that I would also be fighting at #UFCCopenhagen. Besides the obvious happiness from getting that message there’s more to this moment than you might think. As many of you know I’ve had struggles with depression and because of that a lot of drinking. This affected many people in my life but -especially- my fiancé. So 1,5y ago when I decided to not only ‘just’ deal with my depression, but also chose to take up fighting again we found out we were pregnant AND I got fired from my job and suddenly had to find a new one in the middle of fight camp, I knew it was a monumental hurdle WE had to overcome. Besides the double-whammy of getting ready for a fight while already fighting depression we also had to fix the major issues we had in our relationship because of my actions… While also dealing with the fact that we were about to become parents. (Talk about pressure!). To those who don’t know: fighting is not an individual sport even though it could seem like it. Besides training at the right gym and having the right trainers it’s especially important to have a safe haven at home where you can relax and gather energy/focus in between work and training. Somehow we managed to navigate through all above obstacles while my fiancé also found the energy to help me by cooking healthy meals when I was too tired, giving me a shoulder to cry on and picking me up when I had critical moments of self doubt and generally just provided me with all the love and comfort I needed to perform in the gym and the cage. So getting re-signed means that not was the economic gamble worth it(lost more money that I’ve earned the last year) it also meant that the insane effort WE put into this as a team paid off. To me/us it wasn’t just an acknowledgement of how I’ve performed in the cage but also a of how well we overcame adversity together and worked towards this monumental goal it was 1,5y ago. Being able to sign the fight agreement sent to me tonight is something I would not be doing if it wasn’t for my best friend, the woman of my life, my baby-mama, my queen, my everything. I love you always!

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Dalby went 1-2-1 during his first run under the UFC banner, with that lone win coming against Elizeu Zaleski Dos Santos at UFC Fight Night 67. Dalby would return to Cage Warriors after his first UFC run, engaging in an instant classic with Ross Houston at Cage Warriors 106, a bout that ended via no contest after too much blood being spilled by both fighters left the Octagon surface unsafe for further competition.

There has been no official statement at this time as to whether or not the promotion has re-signed Dalby or if he’ll be fighting at UFC Fight Night Copenhagen.

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