Sam Stout Looking to Springboard to the Top of the UFC Lightweight Division


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Sam Stout knows that an impressive win over Spencer Fisher at UFC on FX 4 on Friday night could springboard him towards the top of the lightweight division. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Email • Stumbl view original article >>

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