Paige VanZant’s hopes of rebuilding her career at UFC 216 — after two defeats in her last three fights — have been slashed by a gruesome foot injury. The MMA stunner is nursing an unflattering 7-3 record and a nasty gash on her left foot that could end her hopes of fighting on Oct. 7....
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