It took just 45 minutes for Bellator’s New York City debut to descend into utter madness. In those breathless moments, an ultra-hyped prospect was choked out in less than a minute in his professional debut, the “Mike Tyson of MMA” lost his fight because his ankle seemed to snap in half and the greatest heavyweight...
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