THE TAKEDOWN: BEST POUND FOR POUND FIGHTERS


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Randy Couture's Hall of Fame career and legendary status makes him a "natural" at breaking down the sport to which he's dedicated his life. In this episode of The Takedown, Couture weighs in on the always fluid pound for pound debate including an eye-opening analysis of light heavyweight champ Jon Jones. Watch this and other features on UFC® Ultimate Insider, hosted by commentator Jon Anik, Tuesdays at 10:30PM/7:30PM on FUEL TV. Available internationally on YouTube.
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