UFC on Fuel 3 Video: Cody McKenzie Ends the Hype Around Marcus LeVesseur


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Cody McKenzie talks to MMAWeekly.com after his latest guillotine choke victory, this time over hot prospect Marcus LeVesseur at UFC on Fuel 3. At this point, McKenzie isn't even sure how many fights he's won by guillotine choke but it's a lot. The former Ultimate Fighter competitor also talks about his recent work with the Diaz brothers, and if Stockton gets a bad rap. Check out this one on one interview with Cody McKenzie:
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