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Tonight: Cave looking for one last shot

By Dave Spencer The last time most of North American audiences saw super-bantamweight Tyson Cave (29-3 12KO) was an ESPN broadcast almost three years ago. Cave deserved a better decision… Read More » The post Tonight: Cave looking for one last shot appeared first on
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