Coming into His Own, Dustin Poirier Ready for Title Talk if He Finishes Korean Zombie


Dustin Poirier wanted to make sure he was ready when he started talking title shots, but he feels if he can finish the Korean Zombie at UFC on Fuel 3, it may be time. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Email &b view original article >>
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