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CES MMA 41  |  JAN. 27TH  |  TWIN RIVER


AND STILL ...


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CES MMA 41  |  JAN. 27TH  | TWIN RIVER

VETERAN REBELLO ROLLS WITH THE PUNCHES

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 24th, 2017) – He got knocked out on national television and instantly became a trending topic on Twitter.


Others (see: Ronda Rousey) might’ve gone into hiding out of sheer embarrassment. Greg Rebello joined in on the fun, even if it was at his own expense.


“I feel like they should’ve outlined my body in chalk and just left it there,” Rebello said of his knockout loss to Ashley Gooch in August.

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CES MMA 41  |  JAN. 27TH  |  TWIN RIVER


KING FOR A DAY


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CES MMA 39  |  NOV. 4TH  |  MEMORIAL HALL


COLD-BLOODED


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CES MMA 39  |  NOV. 4TH  |  MEMORIAL HALL

O'NEIL, SANTIAGO BUTT HEADS IN MAIN EVENT


PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Oct. 27th, 2016) -- When most fighters say they "live in the gym," it's merely a figure of speech, a way to show their peers just how hard they're working.

 
For middleweight Wilfredo Santiago (6-3, 5 KOs), this commonly used expression is his reality, not just a clever euphemism. The transplanted Lawrence, Mass., native actually lives in his gym 2,200 miles west in Albuquerque, N.M.
 
"I have a room in the gym and everything," Santiago said. "My address is the gym."
 

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