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UFC 303 -- Next fights for McGregor, Chandler, Pereira, Lopes - ESPN

Though the fight card for UFC 303 was continually shuffling until the last minute, the UFC still managed to produce a pay-per-view event that featured star power and rising talent.

In the main event, light heavyweight champion Alex Pereira earned another second-round knockout over former champ Jiří Procházka to retain the title. Pereira also beat Procházka by second-round knockout at UFC 295 in November. Pereira and Procházka took the fight on short notice after the original main event between Conor McGregor and Michael Chandler was canceled due to McGregor's broken toe.

The co-main event between Diego Lopes and Dan Ige ended up being the story of the night as Ige stepped in at the very last minute to replace Brian Ortega, who was forced to withdraw Saturday afternoon due to illness. Lopes beat Ige by decision to continue his ascension in the rankings.

With so much turnover from this weekend's pay-per-view, what should be next for the big names of UFC 303 — even those who didn't make the final fight card? Let's take a look.

Who should be next: Magomed Ankalaev

It's hard to make a case for anyone else, quite honestly. Pereira's beaten three of the top four ranked contenders in the division. The No. 5 ranked contender, Aleksandar Rakic, is coming off a loss. Pereira has stated he will take that fight and likes the fact that it's a matchup fans believe he has a good chance of losing. Pereira and the Glover Teixeira camp want to silence the naysayers by showcasing his improved grappling. The question becomes one of Ankalaev's availability. He has not fought since January and has only fought twice in the past two years. Depending on that, he is the clear choice for next.

Wild card: Khalil Rountree Jr.

Rountree was initially