David Loiseau Defends Tachi Palace Fights Title Against Giva Santana In August


Current Tachi Palace Fights middleweight champion David 'The Crow' Loiseau will next defend his title on Aug 5 against Giva 'The Arm Collector' Santana. Read More >> view original article >>
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