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Rick Glenn vs. Carlton Minus scratched from UFC Vegas 17

Esther Lin, MMA Fighting

UFC Vegas 17 is down one fighter after lightweight vet Rick Glenn was forced to withdraw from a fight against Carlton Minus on Saturday’s fight card in Las Vegas.

Multiple people with knowledge of the shift confirmed the news to MMA Fighting after a tweet from reporter Al Zullino; the reason for Glenn’s withdrawal could not be confirmed at the time of this writing. A replacement is being sought for Minus.

If Minus gets a new opponent, the fight card will hold steady at 14 bouts. Several matchups have been cancelled due to positive COVID-19 tests, including welterweight headliner Leon Edwards, who was scheduled to fight Khamzat Chimaev.

Minus hopes to earn his first UFC win after his octagon debut in August ended in a unanimous decision loss to Matthew Semelsberger.

Glenn, a six-fight UFC vet, most recently fell short on points in a November 2018 meeting with Kevin Aguilar.

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