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When Brazilian submission ace Rousimar Palhares
steps into the cage against Nate Marquardt in the
main event of UFC Fight Night 22, he'll be competing in perhaps the most
high-profile contest of his career.
But don't for one minute believe that the Spike TV-broadcast bout is the toughest fight of Palhares' life.
No, the UFC middleweight contender's biggest struggles came well before
he ever set foot in the octagon - when a 10-year-old Palhares and his
brothers and sisters siblings wor read news >>