Paul Taylor Out, Rafael Dos Anjos In Vs. Anthony Njokauni At UFC On Fuel 4

May 15, 2012; Fairfax, VA, USA; Kamal Shalorus (bottom) struggles for a way out of the headlock from Rafael Dos Anjos (top) during the Korean zombie vs Poirier event at Patriot Center. Mandatory Credit: Rafael Suanes-US PRESSWIRE

Not long after we posted about the UFC on Fuel 4 card being official, there's already been a change to the main card. British fighter Paul Taylor is out of his bout with Anthony Njokauni, and will be replaced by a fighter that won his last bout just one week ago. Fighters Only has the info:

Paul Taylor is out of his UFC on FUEL 4 fight with Anthony Njokuani.

His place has been taken by the Brazilian lightweight Rafael Dos Anjos, a source tells Fighters Only today.

Taylor has suffered an injury in training, although the nature of the injury has not been disclosed as yet.

It continues the Walsall man's run of bad luck - since knocking Gabe Ruediger out with a head kick on February 5 last year he has been inactive, dropping out of several fights because of injury.

Dos Anjos (16-6) defeated Kamal Shalorus via first round submission after dropping him with a head kick at UFC on Fuel 3 last week. Njokuani picked up a win in his last bout as well, defeating John Makdessi by unanimous decision at UFC 145. The bout is expected to stay on the main card of the July 11th event.

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