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Antonio Silva is on a troubling career trajectory, and there's no one who can stop him

With a string of knockout MMA losses, Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva is headed into a kickboxing match that even his manager thinks is a bad idea.Filed under: Featured, News
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