Posted bysystem system 1 year ago from

At 4-1 in his past five appearances, Brian Stann has firmly established himself as a legitimate middleweight contender. But "in the mix" isn't enough for Stann, who said his October 2011 loss to Chael Sonnen was an eye-opening experience. Stann has taken his wrestling training to the extreme by inviting two-time All-American wrestler Raymond Jordan to live with him in an effort to immerse himself in the art. Now "The All-American" has his sights set on the UFC title, and he wants to ta

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