Found April 16, 2013 on Fight Hub TV:
Frank Mir is the great under-appreciated brain in MMA. He’s been around the game since it’s infancy in 2001. He’s won titles, accolades and bonuses. He’s reigned over and fallen to legends of the sport of MMA. In short – when he talks, we think it’s best to listen. Frank Mir may be right, he may be wrong, but it seems like there is always a bit of truth in his statements, no matter how ironic they sometimes are. This weekend at UFC on FOX 7, Frank Mir has a shot at keeping his career relavent as the clock ticks on his ring-worn body. In front of him is Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix champion and superstar in-the-making Daniel Cormier, an Olympic wrestler and a guy who tossed around Josh Barnett and current number one contender Bigfoot Silva like they were nothing to him. This is a big fight for both men, for the obvious reasons. This would be a huge win for Cormier, as the average fan still see Frank Mir as the guy constantly hovering around the belt, even if ir may have big tro...
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