Whether at 145 or 155 Pounds, TUF ‘The Smashes’ Coach Ross Pearson Wants Big Fights


TUF The Smashes coach Ross Pearson marvels at moving from winning The Ultimate Fighter to now coaching, saying he's ready to float between 145 and 155 pounds for the right fight. view original article >>
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