Firas Zahabi talks with Phoenix Carnevale - Part 2

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In part two of this interview with Fight Nerd correspondent Phoenix Carnevale, we learn why Firas Zahabi thinks loyalty is the most important aspect of a being a good student, the difference between a fighter and a martial artist, why Georges St. Pierre will never fight as a lightweight and why Rory MacDonald might go up in weight class at some point, and a breakdown of BJ Penn's fight against Rory, plus much, much more!
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