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Bellator MMA Is Aiming to Capitalize on Ready-Made UFC Feuds

There’s no shame in being second-best. Depending on how many are running the proverbial race you’re in, second-best can be pretty good. You might be ahead of hundreds or even thousands of other participants, so falling short of the apex isn’t that big a deal. It could be that the top dog is just so far ahead of you and everyone else that you were never going to catch them anyway.
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