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the UFC 146card looked good on paper and it certainly looked even better in the cage. Some came out winners, some fell short!
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If Michael Bisping entered a popularity contest he'd likely win the fighter's vote. It seems as though everyone in the middleweight division wants a chance to face off with "The Count."