Tim Sylvia: "Brock [Lesnar] is making more money then me that has to change."


Tim Sylvia posted a new message on his official website. He appears to be very unhappy with the fact that Brock Lesnar made more money than he did at UFC 81. Both men lost via submission. view original article >>
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