Evolution 2

Evolution 2

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Sun City Battle II

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Shark Fights 15

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Video: Russell Brewer 5-second Knock out

Video: Russell Brewer 5-second Knock out

Slick KO at the 24/7 Entertainment show in Midland, Texas. Russell Brewer needed only two strikes and five seconds to…

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Steven Peterson Responds to XKO Controversy

Steven Peterson Responds to XKO Controversy

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