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Thread: Colin Fletcher vs. Mike Ricci added to UFC 158

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    Default Colin Fletcher vs. Mike Ricci added to UFC 158

    According to reports The Freakshow meets Ricci this March. It has since been confirmed on UFC.com.

    http://www.thefightlounge.co.uk/news...ed-to-ufc-158/
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    hopefully my fellow Canadian can get back on the winning track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RKing85 View Post
    hopefully my fellow Canadian can get back on the winning track.
    Hopefully NOT, how can anyone pull against Col, he is a true gent.

    Ricci is an arrogant turn-coat that stabbed his 'fellow Canadian' in the back

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    I hope Colin (funny, genuine guy) batters Ricci (arrogant, poser)

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    Never watched really watched TUF 16 i sorta gave up on it after the first episode so all i really saw of Ricci was him being labled "The Accountant" off Dana White.

    Will 100% backing Col regardless like.
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    Don't know enough about Ricci to comment but would love for Colin to get a decent run in the UFC. I've never been a fan of a fighter due to his perceived personality, I like fighters cus of the way they fight (with a slight British bias) with Colin being the exception to the rule. A genuinly humble, articulate and nice fella this guy is a great role model, not just for MMA but all combat sports. He goes against the publics stereotype that fighters are thugs, when in reality the vast majority are dedicated sportsmen that deserve at least as much credit as any other sport.

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