Patricio Freire Pulled from Bellator 73 with Injured Champion Pat Curran Out


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With injured featherweight champion Pat Curran out, officials decided to pull Patricio "Pitbull" Freire off of this weekend's Bellator 73 fight card, as well. view original article >>

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