Scott Coker on Diaz VS GSP, Women's MMA, & Heavyweight GP


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Scott Coker speaks to FIghters Only about Diaz VS GSP, Women's MMA, & Heavyweight GP. Scott also talks about the Buyout of STrikeforce by Zuffa the parent company to the UFC.
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