San Jose Fighters Billy Evangelista and James Terry Face Off in Strikeforce May 19 (MMAWeekly.com)


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A pair of lightweights looking to bounce back from recent losses will square off in Strikeforce on May 19 as James Terry faces Billy Evangeslista in a proverbial “Battle of San Jose.” The new bout was announced by Strikeforce officials on Wednesday. Terry and Evangelista train out of the San Jose, Calif., area, so the home crowd should be in full force for this preliminary match-up. James Terry, who works under former Strikeforce middleweight champion Cung Le, will look to rebound from a loss to view original article >>

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