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TUF: The Smashes, Episode 12 Preview

Watch the final semi-final this Wednesday night at midnight on ESPN UK.

(00:30) | December 3, 2012



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MMA Live Extra: Ortiz-Bonnar preview

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Will Xavi take the Pep route?

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