Found January 26, 2013 on NESN.com:
Rachel Wray, a former Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader, is making a knockout a common occurrence. Wray outlasted Katelyn Radtka with a second-round knockout (1:06 mark) at the Ultimate Blue Corner Battles in Kansas City, Mo., on Friday night. It’s the second knockout in two tries for the premiere fighter. In her debut she forced her opponent to surrender as well. Check out the video below to see Wray (white top and blue shorts) defeat Radtka and praise the crowd for her victory. Click here for a photo gallery of Rachel Wray>>
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