UFC on Fuel TV 8 Results: Wanderlei Silva Turns Back the Clock, KOs Brian Stann


Wanderlei Silva turned back the clock to knock out Brian Stann during round two in the main event at UFC on Fuel TV 8 from the Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo, Japan. view original article >>
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