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Source: The independent
Kiev : Ukraine | over 1 year ago  
As UFC 149 leaves UFC President Dana White embarrassed we look back at a curious Calgary card, spe... by Brian Mallon 26 July 2012 04:24 PM Suggested Topics Ukrainian striker Andriy...
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