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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 12:56AM
It's a damn shame Jones tainted his legacy with the failed PED tests. The guy has the skills to be the best ever, he surely doesn't need PEDs for skills.
Edited by - bonesjones on 12/30/2018 12:57:07 AM

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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 2:17AM
And bout of the year it most definitely was!

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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 2:21AM
And I would have lost my thousand dollars.
Actually, I could have been offered a 1000-1 that what happened would happen, and I would have said I'm not throwing away a dollar.

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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 2:27AM
"Amanda Nunes has pencilled her name into UFC folklore with one of the biggest upsets in UFC history, knocking out Cris “Cyborg” Justino in just 51 seconds.
Cyborg had been the dominant featherweight in women’s MMA and held the UFC featherweight title for the past two years, defending it three times.
But the last time the 33-year-old Brazilian lost was in 2005 — in her first professional fight."
"one way traffic ... as Nunes knocked Justino down twice, and she ended the fight spectacularly with an overhand right to the ear, putting Justino facedown on the canvas 51 seconds after the opening bell."
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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 3:27AM
Congrats to Jon Jones and Amanda Nunes for their victories.

Edited by - Asmodeus on 12/30/2018 10:53:07 AM

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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 7:36AM
UFC 232 (Inglewood)
Jon Jones regained the light heavyweight title ... three-round TKO win against Alexander Gustafsson
Amanda Nunes (17-4) defeated Cris Cyborg (20-2) via KO (punch) — R1, 0:51
Alexander Volkanovski (19-1) defeated Chad Mendes (18-5) via TKO (punches) — R2, 4:14
Michael Chiesa (15-4) defeated Carlos Condit (30-13) via submission (kimura) — R2, 0:56
Corey Anderson (13-4) defeated Ilir Latifi (15-6) via unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
Megan Anderson (8-3) defeated Cat Zingano (9-3) via TKO (eye injury) — R1, 1:01
Walt Harris (12-7) defeated Andrei Arlovski (27-18) via split decision (29-28 x2, 27-30)
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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 8:11AM
^^ I don't think the result is a huge upset; Nunes is an amazing MMA fighter. It's the way it went.
(I was so shocked, I couldn't pay any attention to the Jones return bout.)
As an aside, what amazing sportsmanship from Cyborg. Who could even consider Rousey doing that?

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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 8:43AM
^^Thanks for the results! Cool to hear that Nunes won!

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Posted - Dec 30 2018 : 9:30AM
Did anyone see the Megan Anderson - Cat Zingano accidental toe eye gouge? It looked careless too me, as Anderson was leading with her toe.
On Zingano's Twitter, a comment on the TKO ruling that is ADT-related.
"Mdivac
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A big baseball pushed deep onto the ass of the people calling this TKO “fair”
Would like to stick a fucking knife on everyone’s cornea. That way every hater would know what it is to lose an eye..."


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Posted - Dec 31 2018 : 12:22AM
Yep, I saw the match and unfortunately Cat Zingano got robbed. Mighty Meg may have won but her tactics targeting Cat's eyes are totally unprofessional and disqualifiying. Hopefully Thug Rose will demolish Meggie and end her reign soon enough....
Edited by - Asmodeus on 12/31/2018 12:43:09 AM

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Posted - Dec 31 2018 : 6:10PM
^ There's actually no rule in UFC regarding eye pokes with the toes, so it was a legit strike.

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Posted - Jan 2 2019 : 2:01AM

"while the rules don't state a toe to the eye as a foul, intentional eye gouging … could be grounds for a reversal.”

"[Zingano:]I have a damaged iris, damaged retina, hemorrhage in the back of my eye, increased globe pressure and of course the laceration. They want me back at the doctor every three to four days to make sure there's no detachment on the retina.”

The eyes have to be sancorosanct. Even if the act wasn’t deliberate , if it was careless, it should still be sanctioned.

Having said that, on the UFC 232 card there were a number of clearly deliberate eye-gouging’s, and they went completely unpunished.

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Posted - Jan 2 2019 : 2:04AM



“If anybody deserves a rematch, it's Cyborg, right?…[Dana White said]... "I don’t think you do (need an immediate rematch),” … "It was a pretty convincing win." “

“Nunes has no one to face at 135 or 145 pounds who would make more sense than Cyborg. Nunes has effectively cleaned out the bantamweight division”

Anyway, my question is: why isn’t Stipe Miocic getting an automatic rematch? Miocic dominated his division. Cormier was only brought in because there was no one else.

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Posted - Jan 3 2019 : 12:04AM
^ isn't the HW division pretty weak though? Stipe doesn't draw either so that doesn't help his case for DC since DC wants a big money fight before retirement. The only heavyweight who really has a pull on Dana is Brock but he can sell 1 million PPV buys.
Dana has shown a ton of favoritism for Conor, Jones, Brock, Rousey that you can see sometimes "drawing power" is more important than actual ranking. It's not as bad or obvious as how boxing runs its fights but you can see it.
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Posted - Jan 3 2019 : 12:21AM
What you all think of a of a Jon Jones vs. Brock Lesnar fight? Granted, it will never happen but it's still fun to speculate. Match of the century? Imagine the possibilities!
Edited by - Asmodeus on 1/3/2019 1:04:23 AM

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Posted - Jan 3 2019 : 4:54AM
^ Lesnar shouldn't even be in the picture. Hasn't won a legit bout in years, but comes in and gets HW title bout?
^^ Yes, the HW division is very weak. Look at the last three title bouts:
Miocic-Ngannou. Was completely hyped up by the UFC. Should never have happened, was as one sided as expected.
Miocic-Cormier: As I said above, DC was only brought up because there was no one else.
Cormier-Lewis: Hastily put together in weeks because they needed a big headline bout for NY. DC was injured, and only agreed because it was Lewis. A HW title bout is supposed to be the epitome the competition, this was a joke right from the start.
(Speaking of White favoritism, the article above gives examples of when title holders have been comprehensively beaten, but gotten automatic rematches.)
Miocic dominated his division, it shouldn't be for DC to decide whether or not he gets a rematch.
But I found this.

"[Cormier:] If Lesnar doesn’t go, Stipe has to be first. He deserves it, and I’ve said it from the beginning. If it ain’t Brock, I want to fight Stipe Miocic and give him what’s rightfully his, a rematch for this title.’

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Posted - Jan 3 2019 : 4:05PM
Here's what I'd like to see in 2019:
DC vs. Stipe
Khabib vs. El Cucuy
Max Holloway vs. Conor McGregor
I know Lesnar isn't really a serious contender but anything is possible with Dana White, especially when it comes to making money.
Edited by - Asmodeus on 1/3/2019 4:08:45 PM

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Posted - Jan 5 2019 : 2:03AM
^ If Lesnar was available, the UFC would kiss his feet. They openly admitted that they put the HW title on hold on the possibility he may return.
My bouts for 2019:
DC-Stipe
Nurmagomedov-Ferguson
McGregor now hasn't won a bout in years, so he should have to start again. (I don't think the UFC could risk their money man losing his next bout.)
In the women, hmmm...
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Posted - Jan 20 2019 : 1:51AM
UFC Fight Night Brooklyn
"Cejudo ... claimed an incredible 32 second victory but opponent TJ Dillashaw was far from pleased at the refs stoppage."
He was knocked down three times in 30s, the ref had to stop it.
"NFL bad boy Greg Hardy was disqualified in the co-main event"
Kneed him in the head when his opponnent was on all fours on the ground.
Main card
Henry Cejudo (champion) vs TJ Dillashaw — UFC flyweight title
Allen Crowder defeated Greg Hardy via disqualification (illegal knee) — R2, 2:28
Gregor Gillespie defeated Yancy Medeiros via TKO — R2, 4:59
Joseph Benavidez defeated Dustin Ortiz via decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Paige VanZant defeated Rachael Ostovich via submission (armbar) R2, 1:50
Glover Teixeira defeated Karl Roberson via submission (katagatame) R1, 3:21
Undercard
Donald Cerrone defeated Alexander Hernandez via KO (punches) — R2, 3:43
Joanne Calderwood defeated Ariane Lipski via unanimous decision (30-26 x2, 30-27)
Alonzo Menifield defeated Vinicius Moreira via TKO (punches) — R1, 3:56
Cory Sandhagen defeated Mario Bautista via submission (armbar) — R1, 3:31
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Posted - Jan 20 2019 : 9:06AM
^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Jan 21 2019 : 3:16AM
Any MMA fans see the knee to the head while down or the Cejudo stoppage? If so, what did you think?
Re. the stoppage, surely there has to be some kind of multiple knockdown rule, like boxing used to have.

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Posted - Jan 30 2019 : 2:44AM

“Nurmagomedov received nine months … McGregor received six months. The suspensions are retroactive to … Oct. 6 fight card”, … meaning Nurmagomedov is able to return to the cage … July 6 and McGregor on April 6.”
“Nurmagomedov has been ordered to pay a fine of $500,000, while McGregor must pay $50,000.”
“Nurmagomedov’s settlement agreement includes a potential suspension reduction of up to three months if he delivers to the commission a public service announcement on anti-bullying. To receive the reduction, the commission must approve the PSA and its distribution plan. Additionally, Nurmagomedov can only receive credit based on the time he submits the PSA, so if he waits until the eighth month of his suspension to turn it in, he will only receive one month credit.”
“Nurmagomedov’s cornermen … Abubakar Nurmagomedov and Zubaira Tukhugov, each were suspended one year for their roles in the melee.”
Complete bullshit - fining multimillionaire’s and giving them backdated suspensions. Nurmagomedov and his teammates should have been disqualified and criminally charged.
 
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Posted - Jan 31 2019 : 5:50AM

"while [Anderson] Silva is arguably the greatest UFC fighter ever — and [Israel] Idesanya, undoubtedly, its most promising right now — some six years stand between the Brazilian’s glorious title reign and Sunday week’s ... showdown ...
Worse, it has also now been two years since the UFC legend even fought ...
Add to this his age, 43, and it’s easy to understand why Silva is a $4.75 outsider against his old self."
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Posted - Feb 3 2019 : 2:58AM
UFC Fight Night 144
Main Card Results
Marlon Moraes def. Raphael Assuncao by first-round guillotine (rear-naked choke)
Jose Aldo def. Renato Moicano by second-round TKO
Demian Maia def. Lyman Good by first-round submission (rear-naked choke)
Charles Oliveira def. David Teymur by second-round submission (anaconda choke)
Johnny Walker def. Justin Ledet by first-round TKO (spinning backfist)
Livia Renata Souza def. Sarah Frota by split decision (29-28×2, 28-29)
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Posted - Feb 3 2019 : 10:00AM
^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Feb 10 2019 : 12:50AM
UFC 234 Melbourne

Anyone see the UFC today? Following on from TJ Dillashaw's reaction to being stopped at 30 odd seconds, today Sam Alvey absolutely cracked it over being stopped. Apparently while he was on the ground being belted he was able to give a thumbs up to the ref, which means he can continue. IMHO the bout should have actually been stopped earlier.

The Whittaker-Gastulem headline title bout was cancelled.

"UFC legend Anderson Silva wound back the clock to produce an entertaining scrap with rising middleweight star Israel Adesanya — but the Kiwi-based Nigerian showed he’s destined for bigger things with a unanimous decision win.

The UFC was rocked on Sunday morning when Robert Whittaker pulled out of his main event title clash with Kelvin Gastelum with a severe hernia and collapsed bowel.

... technical, but spicy, bout. Adesanya — who landed double the significant strikes — was given all three rounds by two judges, while the third judge gave one round to the Brazilian."

Israel Adesanya defeated Anderson Silva via unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)

Lando Vannata defeated Marcos Rosa Mariano via submission (kimura) — R1, 4:55

Ricky Simon defeated Rani Yahya via unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 30-25)

Montana De La Rosa defeated Nadia Kassem via submission (armbar) — R2, 2:37

Jim Crute defeated Sam Alvey via TKO (punches) — R1, 2:49

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Posted - Feb 10 2019 : 9:37AM
^Thanks for the results! What was Anderson Silva like during his fight?

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Posted - Feb 10 2019 : 4:07PM
^ Cocky. He repeatedly dropped his hands and dared Adesanya to try to punch him. I'm thinking Adesanya was taking it easy on him.

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Posted - Feb 10 2019 : 4:27PM
^Thanks for the info! I remember Silva used to do that before too, but he was more in his prime back then.

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Posted - Feb 10 2019 : 6:57PM
^ I've only recently started following UFC so I never saw Silva in his prime.

I spoke with a colleague this morning about the bout. His theory was when the headline bout was cancelled, the UFC couldn't risk this fight being a downer, so Dana White told Adesanya to make the bout go the distance.


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Posted - Feb 11 2019 : 7:47AM
^Oh, OK. Thanks for the info!

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Posted - Feb 12 2019 : 8:27AM
^^
Is this basically an admission from Adesanya?

"Adesanya’s promise of a title fight if he beat Silva only became public knowledge on the week of the fight but Adesanya is now really gunning for it as he viewed fighting the 42-year-old legend as a ‘favour’ to the UFC.

“I did them a favour — fighting an unranked guy who’s coming off a ban of two years. I just had faith that they would honour our agreement and I still have faith that they will honour our agreement, so I know I’m fighting for the belt next.”"

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Posted - Feb 15 2019 : 9:36PM
^ Thinking about it some more, doing a favour by fighting a past his prime opponent where he had everything to lose and nothing to gain.

MMA fans, a reminder that Cain Valesquez is making his comeback in this weekends Fight Night.


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Posted - Feb 18 2019 : 1:27AM
UFC Fight Night Phoenix

Valesquez said his knee popped out after a move.

MAIN CARD
Heavyweight
Francis Ngannou defeated Cain Velasquez via TKO (punches) R1 26s
Lightweight
Paul Felder defeated James Vick via Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
Women’s Strawweight
Cynthia Calvillo defeated Cortney Casey via Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
Featherweight
Kron Gracie defeated Alex Caceres via submission (rear-naked choke) R1, 2:06
Welterweight
Vicente Luque defeated Bryan Barberena via TKO (knees and punches) R3, 4:54
Featherweight
Andre Fili defeated Myles Jury via Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

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Edited by - Simple Simon on 2/18/2019 1:34:32 AM


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Posted - Feb 18 2019 : 8:35AM
^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Feb 21 2019 : 11:04AM

Edited by - matchmaker on 2/21/2019 11:07:35 AM


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Posted - Feb 23 2019 : 2:11AM
Nurmagomedov is serving the full 9 month suspension, so there will be an interim lightweight title. Tony Ferguson refused.

With Whittaker out due to surgery, there'll be an interim middleweight title as well.

UFC 236 lineup now includes:

Max Holloway vs. Dustin Poirier – for interim lightweight title
Kelvin Gastelum vs. Israel Adesanya – for interim middleweight title

/>Anderson Silva is on the card for UFC 237. As this is in Brazil, it was hoped Amanda Nunes would participate, but Nunes has now ruled this out.

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Edited by - Simple Simon on 2/25/2019 2:01:47 AM


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Posted - Feb 24 2019 : 5:25AM
UFC FIGHT NIGHT. PRAGUE

Thiago Santos def. Jan Błachowicz via TKO (punches) R3, 0:39

Stefan Struve def. Marcos Rogério de Lima via submission (arm-triangle choke) R2, 2:21

Michał Oleksiejczuk def.Gian Villante via TKO (body punch) R1, 1:34

Liz Carmouche def. Lucie Pudilová via decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

Petr Yandef.John Dodson Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Magomed Ankalaev def. Klidson Abreu decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)"

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^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Mar 3 2019 : 2:16AM
UFC 235

"[Jon] Jones ... had ... [Anthony Smith] at the edge of the cage and dropped a brutal knee to his head, forcing referee ... to halt the fight. Incredibly, Smith threw away an opportunity to become the champion via disqualification and shrugged off the blow to face a final round of pain."

"Tyron Woodley ... was dethroned by underdog Kamaru Usman, who became the first African-born UFC champion"

Main card
Light Heavyweight
Jon Jones (c) defeated Anthony Smith via decision (unanimous) (48-44, 48-44, 48-44)
Welterweight
Kamaru Usman defeated Tyron Woodley via decision (unanimous) (50-44, 50-44, 50-45)
Welterweight
Ben Askren defeated Robbie Lawler via technical submission (bulldog choke) R1, 3:20
Women’s Strawweight
Weili Zhang defeated Tecia Torres via decision (unanimous) (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
Bantamweight
Pedro Munhoz defeated Cody Garbrandt via KO (punches) R1, 4:52

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^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Mar 9 2019 : 11:43PM
Anyone see the UFC today?

Really have to wonder what the future is for Derrick Lewis. Need to keep in mind that even in his last victory against Alexander Volkov, he was basically being annihilated during the whole bout and just got a lucky punch in 20s from the end.

There should be a title bout for Junior Dos Santos soon.

UFC Fight Night 146, Wichita

Junior dos Santos def. Derrick Lewis via second-round TKO (strikes)

Elizeu Dos Santos def. Curtis Millender via first-round submission (rear-naked choke)

Niko Price def. Tim Means via first-round KO (punch)

Blagoy Ivanov def. Ben Rothwell via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Beneil Dariush def. Drew Dober via second-round submission (armbar)

Omari Akhmedov def. Tim Boetsch via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27

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Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 1:06AM

From the comments.

"Great White Joker
To be fair Lewis is a pretty crap heavyweight, just relies on a big punch"

"Derek Lewis was on his way to be known as an official gatekeeper in the HW division but after this horrific performance, against JDS, I think not."


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Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 10:12AM
^^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Mar 18 2019 : 6:01AM

UFC Fight Night 147. London

Jorge Masvidal def. Darren Till by KO (punch, R2 at 3:05)

Leon Edwards def. Gunnar Nelson by split decision (29-27, 29-28, 28-29)

Dominick Reyes def. Volkan Oezdemir by split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

Nathaniel Wood def. Jose Quinonez by submission (RNC, R2 at 2:46)

Claudio Silva def. Danny Roberts by submission (armbar, R3 at 3:37)

Jack Marshman def. John Phillips by split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

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Apparently two of the competitors were involved in punches afterwards. Can we just leave all this to professional wrestling?


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Posted - Mar 24 2019 : 12:49AM
UFC Fight Night 148 (Nashville):

Anthony Pettis defeated Stephen Thompson — KO (punch) at 4:55, Round 2

Curtis Blaydes defeated Justin Willis — unanimous decision (30-27, 30-26, 30-25)

John Makdessi defeated Jesus Pinedo — unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)

Jussier Formiga defeated Deiveson Figueiredo — unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28 x2)

Luis Pena defeated Steven Peterson — unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Maycee Barber defeated J.J. Aldrich — TKO (punches) at 3:01, Round 2


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Posted - Mar 24 2019 : 7:04AM
^ If anyone would like to see a killer "Superman punch", go to the link.

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Posted - Mar 24 2019 : 9:53AM
^^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Mar 26 2019 : 6:58AM
I guess he can't risk losing another bout.

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