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Tyrone Spong
Tyrone Spong
BornTyrone Clinton Spong
(1985-09-03) 3 September 1985 (age 34)
Paramaribo, Suriname
Other namesKing of the Ring
Height1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Weight106 kg (234 lb; 16 st 10 lb)
Light heavyweight
Super Heavyweight
Reach74 in (190 cm)
StyleMuay Thai, Boxing
Fighting out ofBoca Raton, Florida, United States
TeamTeam Mr. Perfect
Fighting Factory Carbin
Mundo Boxing
TrainerErnesto Hoost
Lucien Carbin
Henri Hooft
Years active2001 - 2014 (Kickboxing)
2012 - 2013 (MMA)
2015 - present (Boxing)
Professional boxing record
By knockout13
Kickboxing record
By knockout60
By knockout4
No contests1
Mixed martial arts record
By knockout1
By decision1
Other information
Boxing record from BoxRec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: April 12, 2014

Tyrone Clinton Spong (born 3 September 1985) is a Surinamese-Dutch professional boxer and former kickboxer and mixed martial artist. He is the current WBC Latino Heavyweight Champion, current WBO Latino Heavyweight Champion, former WFCA Cruiserweight champion, former Glory 95kg Slam Champion and former It's Showtime 95MAX World champion. Spong fights out of the Fighting Factory Carbin in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Early life

Tyrone Spong was born in Suriname. In 1990 at the age of 5, he moved to the Netherlands with his family. Growing up in the Bijlmermeer, he was often involved in street fighting and began training in kickboxing at thirteen when he found a gym by coincidence. After getting his "ass whooped" in his first day of training, he was motivated to improve. He had his first match at fifteen and won by first-round knockout.[1] Some of his early sparring partners included Alistair and Valentijn Overeem, and Gilbert Yvel.[2]

Kickboxing career

In 2003, his first year as a pro, he made his mark winning 12 fights that year. In 2004, he fought against Rafi Zouheir at the Battle of Zaandam and won his first European Muay Thai Title (World Kickboxing Network). In 2004 Spong also visited Japan to compete in Shootboxing where he lost to Ryuji Goto. Goto suplexed him in the final seconds of the fight to earn a well-received unanimous decision. His next fight in April 2005, was against Belgian Mohammed Ouali for another European Title (WPKL). Spong won the fight by unanimous decision.

In December, 2005 at the A-1 Combat Cup in Duisburg, after three consecutive KO's in one night, Tyrone Spong won his first tournament Championship.

In 2006, Spong had two his biggest victories of his young career, KO wins over Muay Thai veteran Joerie Mes and two weeks later knocking out K-1 superstar Kaoklai Kaennorsing from Thailand in a first round.

In 2007, Spong won the SLAMM world title up to 79 kg by defeating the Thai Yodchai Wor Petchpun via TKO in the first round, and in the following match he defeated the Belarusian Dmitry Shakuta.

On January 26, 2008, Spong won the World Full Contact Association (WFCA) World Thaiboxing Cruiserweight Championship by defeating Aurelien Duarte. Following this, he won the KO World Series 2008 by defeating Nikos Sokolis via knockout in the first round, and defended his WFCA Muay Thai title by finishing Ondrej Hutnik with a left liver punch in the second round. On April 26, 2008, Spong faced Azem Maksutaj at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 in Amsterdam, and won by knockout in the second round. He then defeated Gary Turner via TKO in the first round. On November 29, 2008, he became the first It's Showtime 95MAX World champion after beating Zabit Samedov by unanimous decision.

On March 28, 2009, Spong participated in the first ever K-1 Heavyweight (-100 kg) Title tournament, held in Yokohama, Japan. He was beaten by Gokhan Saki in semifinals by right hook KO of the extra round.[3]

Spong finally met rival Nathan Corbett at Champions of Champions II on June 27, 2009, in what was widely considered a battle between the two best Muay Thai fighters in the world at their weight class for the W.M.C. world title -93 kg. The fight was a close affair with Spong knocking Corbett down on the second round only for it to end with a controversial decision. In the third round Corbett managed to knock Spong out with a huge right hook causing the referee to stop the fight. However, due to the referee's misleading hand signals, Corbett rushed back in to knock Spong down once more, not sure that the fight had been stopped. After considerable confusion the fight was declared a no contest instead of a Corbett KO win.

After defeating the Worlds heavyweight champion, Kyotaro on December 5, 2009, he fought Jerome Le Banner in April 2010. Similar to the Nathan Corbett fight Spong broke his right hand in the first round and was knocked down. Despite coming back strongly he lost by decision. At the end of the year he qualified for the K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 Final, defeating veteran Ray Sefo in an elimination match, only to lose to eventual winner Alistair Overeem at the quarter final stage in what was a more competitive fight than most initial thought - as Overeem was much the bigger fighter. At the start of 2011, Spong had to vacate the It's Showtime 95MAX world title due to a number of issues such as not having had a title defense in the allocated two years and his management stating that he had moved up in weight to fight as a heavyweight.[4]

He knocked out Igor Mihaljevic with a left knee in the first round at It's Showtime 2011 Lyon on May 14, 2011. He defeated Loren Javier Jorge by unanimous decision at It's Showtime Madrid 2011 on June 18, 2011.

Spong faced Melvin Manhoef at It's Showtime 2012 in Leeuwarden on January 28, 2012, and won by unanimous decision. He faced the legendary Dutchman Peter Aerts at an It's Showtime event in Brussels, Belgium on June 30, 2012, and won by knockout in the third round.

He faced Remy Bonjasky at Glory 5: London in London, England on March 23, 2013.[5][6][7][8] Spong won via one-punch KO with a right hook in the second round.[9][10][11]

Spong returned to 95 kg to fight in the Glory 9: New York - 2013 95kg Slam in New York City, New York, United States on June 22, 2013.[12][13] He had a scare in the quarter-finals when he was dropped by Michael Duut immediately as their bout started, although it was not counted by the referee. Just moments after returning to his feet, he landed a crushing right hand on Duut, sending him crashing to the canvas and ensuring his passage to the semis against Filip Verlinden.[14] It was a technical battle this time, with Spong outpointing the Belgian and taking a unanimous decision. A match with Danyo Ilunga awaited him in the final but it ended in a controversial and anticlimactic fashion. As the fight began, both fighters met in the center of the ring and Spong unloaded a flurry of punches. As Ilunga covered up and prepared to counter, referee Mufadel Elghazaoui jumped in and stopped the fight, giving Spong the TKO win at just sixteen seconds of the first round.[15][16][17] Although, it was later revealed that there was a "no standing eight count" rule in effect at the event as per the New York State Athletic Commission's regulations, the stoppage was still deemed premature by much of the kickboxing community.[18][19]

He twice dropped Nathan Corbett with left hooks, winning by second-round TKO in their long-awaited rematch at Glory 11: Chicago - Heavyweight World Championship Tournament in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, United States on October 12, 2013.[20][21][22][23][24]

Competing for the inaugural Glory Light Heavyweight Championship, he fought in the Glory 15: Istanbul - Light Heavyweight World Championship Tournament in Istanbul, Turkey on April 12, 2014. After defeating Saulo Cavalari via unanimous decision in the semi-finls, he then faced Gökhan Saki in a highly anticipated rematch in the final. Midway through the opening round, Spong threw a kick to Saki's left leg. Saki checked the kick, causing Spong's lower right leg to fracture immediately and end the fight via TKO.[25][26][27]

Spong underwent surgery to repair his broken leg and returned to training in October 2014.[28] On 14 April 2016 he stated that he had retired from kickboxing and was looking forward to new challenges.

Mixed martial arts career

World Series of Fighting

Spong made his highly anticipated MMA debut against Travis Bartlett at World Series of Fighting 1 on November 3, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nevada in the light heavyweight (205 lb) division. For his MMA debut he trained with the Blackzilians for over a year with such fighters as K-1 World Grand Prix winner and former Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem and former UFC light heavyweight champions Rashad Evans and Vitor Belfort.[29] Spong knocked out Bartlett at 3:15 of the first round with a straight right.

Spong faced Angel DeAnda at World Series of Fighting 4 on August 10, 2013, in the main event.[30] Spong won via unanimous decision.

Spong was scheduled to face Jake Heun on December 18, 2015 at World Series of Fighting 26,[31] but pulled out with an injury.[32]

Boxing career

Spong made his boxing debut on March 6, 2015, beating Gabor Farkas by KO in the first round. Spong defeated Juan Carlos Salas by KO in Round 1 at Brave Warriors in Action PPV event on May 27, 2017 in Mexico.[33] On October 7, 2017, Spong won the WBC Latino Heavyweight Championship.



  • 2014 Glory Light Heavyweight World Championship Tournament Runner-up
  • 2013 Kickboxingplanet.com Kickboxer of the year[34]
  • 2013 Liver Kick.com Fighter of the Year[35]
  • 2013 Glory 95kg Slam Tournament Champion
  • 2008 1st It's Showtime World 95MAX champion (Defense: 0)
  • 2008 World Full Contact Association (W.F.C.A.) Thaiboxing World Cruiserweight champion (Defense: 1)
  • 2008 KO World Series '08 Oceania winner
  • 2007 1st SLAMM Events 79 kg class champion (Defense: 0)
  • 2005 A1 World League winner
  • 2005 W.P.K.L. European Middleweight champion (Defense: 0)
  • 2004 World Kickboxing Network (W.K.N.) Thaiboxing European Middleweight champion (Defense: 0)
  • M.T.B.N. Muay Thai Dutch Junior class -66 kg class champion (Defense: 0)


Personal life

Spong has four children.[36] He is an avid lover of animals, as is evidenced by the majority of his tattoos. He is the owner of several pit bull terriers, which he bred himself.[37] Spong has trained in the United States with Floyd Mayweather, Sr.[38] He is friends with mixed martial artists Rashad Evans, Alistair Overeem, Muhammed Lawal and Rodney Glunder. He has helped all of them prepare for some of their fights.[39] Spong trains his physical conditioning at the ReAT Sports athletic performance facility in Amsterdam, under the Strength & Conditioning specialist Rayen Bindraban.[40] He has also been decorated with the Honorary Order of the Yellow Star the highest order of Suriname by President Dési Bouterse.

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary
14 fights 14 wins 0 losses
By knockout 13 0
By decision 1 0
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
15 N/A N/A Ukraine Oleksandr Usyk N/A - (12) 12 Oct 2019 United States Wintrust Arena, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
14 Win 14-0 Ecuador Jeyson Minda TKO 2 (10), 1:42 31 Aug 2019 Mexico Gimnasio Polifuncional, Merida, Mexico
13 Win 13-0 Ecuador Ytalo Perea SD 10 21 Dec 2018 Suriname Anthony Nesty Sporthal, Paramaribo, Suriname Retained WBC Latino and WBO Latino heavyweight titles
12 Win 12-0 Colombia Santander Silgado KO 1 (10), 1:14 31 Aug 2018 United States Convention Center, West Palm Beach, Florida, U.S. Retained WBC Latino and WBO Latino heavyweight titles
11 Win 11-0 Brazil Carlos Nascimento KO 5 (10), 1:53 24 Feb 2018 Mexico Domo Unidad Deportiva del F.U.T.V., Merida, Mexico Retained WBC Latino heavyweight title;
Won vacant WBO Latino heavyweight title
10 Win 10-0 Mexico Sergio Ramirez KO 1 (8), 2:54 7 Oct 2017 Mexico Domo Unidad Deportiva del F.U.T.V., Merida, Mexico Won WBC Latino heavyweight title
9 Win 9-0 Mexico Juan Carlos Salas KO 1 (6), 1:44 27 May 2017 Mexico Polyforum Zam Ná, Mérida, Mexico
8 Win 8-0 Dominican Republic Jose Felix TKO 1 (8), 1:34 18 Apr 2017 Dominican Republic Casa de los Clubes, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
7 Win 7-0 Dominican Republic Carlos Rodriguez TKO 1 (8), 1:06 31 Mar 2017 Dominican Republic Coliseo Pepe Mayen, San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
6 Win 6-0 Mexico Hugo Leon KO 3 (6), 0:36 4 Sep 2016 Mexico Club Deportivo Ferrocarrilero, Aguascalientes City, Mexico
5 Win 5-0 United States Tracey Johnson TKO 2 (6), 1:41 6 Aug 2016 United States Doubletree Miamimart Hotel, Miami, Florida, U.S.
4 Win 4-0 United States Lucas Queen KO 1 (4), 1:04 1 Apr 2016 United States War Memorial Auditorium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.
3 Win 3-0 Georgia (country) David Gogishvili TKO 2 (4), 1:05 5 Mar 2016 Russia Colosseum Sport Hall, Grozny, Russia
2 Win 2-0 Germany Emre Altintas TKO 1 (4), 1:54 21 Mar 2015 Germany Unihalle Wuppertal, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
1 Win 1-0 Hungary Gabor Farkas KO 1 (4), 1:14 6 Mar 2015 Germany Bruno Gehrke Halle, Berlin, Germany

Kickboxing record

91 Wins (60 (T)KO's, 31 decisions), 7 Losses (4 (T)KO's, 3 decisions), 1 Draw, 1 No Contest
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2014-04-12 Loss Netherlands Gökhan Saki Glory 15: Istanbul - Light Heavyweight World Championship Tournament, Final Istanbul, Turkey TKO (leg fracture) 1 1:37
For the Glory Light Heavyweight Championship and the Glory Light Heavyweight World Championship Tournament.
2014-04-12 Win Brazil Saulo Cavalari Glory 15: Istanbul - Light Heavyweight World Championship Tournament, Semi Finals Istanbul, Turkey Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2013-10-12 Win Australia Nathan Corbett Glory 11: Chicago Hoffman Estates, Illinois, USA TKO (left hook) 2 1:10
2013-06-22 Win Democratic Republic of the Congo Danyo Ilunga Glory 9: New York - 95 kg Slam Tournament, Finals New York City, New York, USA TKO (punches) 1 0:16
Wins the Glory 95kg Slam Tournament.
2013-06-22 Win Belgium Filip Verlinden Glory 9: New York - 95 kg Slam Tournament, Semi Finals New York City, New York, USA Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2013-06-22 Win Netherlands Michael Duut Glory 9: New York - 95 kg Slam Tournament, Quarter Finals New York City, New York, USA KO (right hook) 1 0:31
2013-03-23 Win Netherlands Remy Bonjasky Glory 5: London London, England KO (right hook) 2 2:02
2012-06-30 Win Netherlands Peter Aerts Music Hall & BFN Group present: It's Showtime 57 & 58 Brussels, Belgium KO (punch) 3 2:10
2012-01-28 Win Netherlands Melvin Manhoef It's Showtime 2012 in Leeuwarden Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2011-06-18 Win Spain Loren Javier Jorge It's Showtime Madrid 2011 Madrid, Spain Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2011-05-14 Win Croatia Igor Mihaljevic It's Showtime 2011 Lyon Lyon, France KO (left knee) 1 2:01
2010-12-11 Loss Netherlands Alistair Overeem K-1 World GP 2010 Final, Quarter Final Tokyo, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2010-10-02 Win New Zealand Ray Sefo K-1 World GP 2010 Seoul Final 16 Seoul, Republic of Korea Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Qualifies for K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 Final.
2010-04-03 Loss France Jerome Le Banner K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 in Yokohama Yokohama, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2009-12-05 Win Japan Keijiro Maeda K-1 World Grand Prix 2009 Final Yokohama, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2009-06-27 NC Australia Nathan Corbett Champions of Champions II Montego Bay, Jamaica No contest 3 0:55
2009-05-16 Win Hungary Attila Karacs It's Showtime 2009 Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision (split) 3 3:00
2009-03-28 Loss Netherlands Gökhan Saki K-1 World GP 2009 in Yokohama Yokohama, Japan KO (right hook) 4 1:58
2009-01-24 Win Morocco Samir Benazzouz Beast of the East Zutphen, Netherlands TKO (corner stoppage) 3 2:23
2008-11-29 Win Azerbaijan Zabit Samedov It's Showtime 2008 Eindhoven Eindhoven, Netherlands Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00
Wins It's Showtime 95MAX World title.
2008-10-05 Win England Gary Turner K.O. Events "Tough Is Not Enough" Rotterdam, Netherlands TKO (doctor stoppage) 1 1:05
2008-04-26 Win Albania Azem Maksutaj K-1 World GP 2008 in Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (knee strike) 2 0:45
2008-03-15 Win Czech Republic Ondrej Hutnik It's Showtime 75MAX Trophy 2008, World Title Fight 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands KO (Left liver punch) 2 2:32
Retains title of (W.F.C.A.) World Thaiboxing Cruiserweight championship.(1)
2008-02-09 Win Greece Nikos Sokolis KO World Series 2008 in Auckland Auckland, New Zealand KO (left liver punch) 1 2:25
Wins KO World Series 2008 in Auckland Cruiserweight world title.
2008-02-09 Win Australia Chad Walker KO World Series 2008 in Auckland Auckland, New Zealand KO (overhand right) 1 1:08
2008-01-26 Win France Aurelien Duarte Beast of the East Zutphen, Netherlands Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Wins vacant title of (W.F.C.A.) World Thaiboxing Cruiserweight (-86.18kg) title.
2007-12-24 Win Denmark Rasmus Zoeylner Return of the King 2 Paramaribo, Suriname KO (strikes) 2 N/A
2007-10-27 Win Croatia Emil Zoraj One Night in Bangkok Antwerp, Belgium TKO (doctor stoppage) 4 1:02
2007-08-26 Win Germany Human Nikmaslak Return of the King 1 Paramaribo, Suriname KO (knee strike) 1 2:31
2007-06-02 Win Belarus Dmitry Shakuta Gentleman Fight Night IV Tilburg, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00
2007-05-06 Win Thailand Yodchai Wor Petchpun SLAMM "Nederland vs Thailand III" Haarlem, Netherlands TKO (referee stoppage) 1 2:38
Wins the vacant title of SLAMM World 79kg title.
2007-03-25 Loss Egypt Amir Zeyada Rings Gala, Vechtsenbanen Utrecht, Netherlands TKO (referee stoppage/punches) 3 1:49
2006-11-12 Win Netherlands Joerie Mes Pride & Honor Ahoy 2006 Rotterdam, Netherlands TKO (knee) 5 1:12
2006-10-01 Win Thailand Kaoklai Kaennorsing SLAMM "Nederland vs Thailand II" Almere, Netherlands KO (right punch) 1 1:55
2006-06-18 Win Netherlands Sem Braan 2H2H The Road To Tokyo Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (left hook) 3 1:40
2006-06-03 Win Netherlands Henry Akdeniz Gentleman Fight Night 3 Tilburg, Netherlands TKO (doctor stoppage) 3 3:00
2006-05-06 Win France Farid M'Laika Gala de Kickboxing Geneva, Switzerland Decision (unanimous) 5 2:00
2006-04-29 Win South Korea Cho In Jun MARS World Fighting GP Seoul, Korea KO (strikes) 1 2:07
2005-12-03 Win Turkey Senol Kiziltas A-1 Combat League Duisburg, Germany TKO (knee) 2 N/A
Wins A-1 Combat League World title.
2005-12-03 Win Turkey Senol Cetin A-1 Combat League Duisburg, Germany TKO (corner stoppage) 1 N/A
2005-12-03 Win Ukraine Rene Litchko A-1 Combat League Duisburg, Germany KO (right hook) 1 0:45
2005-10-09 Win Netherlands Vincent Vielvoye Rotterdam Rumble Rotterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00
2005-05-08 Win Morocco Youness El Mhassani Muay Thai Gala Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00
2005-04-09 Win Morocco Mohammed Ouali Muay Thai Champions League XIV Netherlands Decision 5 3:00
Wins title of W.P.K.L. European Middleweight(-72.5kg) championship.
2004-12-23 Win Curaçao Renato Hasset The Night of Legend Paramaribo, Suriname KO (strikes) 4 N/A
2004-11-14 Win United Kingdom Richard Weston Muay Thai/Mixed Fight Gala, Sporthal Stedenwijk Almere, Netherlands KO (strikes) 1 N/A
2004-10-17 Win Spain Rafi Zoufeir Battle in Zaandam II Zaandam, Netherlands TKO (low kicks) 3 N/A
Wins title of W.K.N. Thaiboxing European Middleweight (-76.2kg) championship.
2004-04-18 Loss Japan Ryuji Goto Shoot boxing: Infinity-S Vol.2 Tokyo, Japan Decision 3 3:00
2004-03-21 Win Morocco Hamid El Caid Profighters Gala in Almere Almere, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00
2004-02-22 Win Netherlands William Diender 2H2H Rotterdam, Netherlands Decision (majority) 5 3:00
2003-11-12 Draw Morocco Youness El Mhassani Veni, Vidi, Vici II Veenendaal, Netherlands Draw 5 3:00
2003-11-02 Win Spain Xavier Gatez Immortality Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (strikes) 2 N/A
2003-10-13 Win Netherlands Rocky Grandjean 2H2H in Ahoy Netherlands TKO (doctor stoppage) 2 N/A
2003-07-04 Win Suriname Gregory Costina Baas Sports Willemstad, Curaçao TKO (low kicks) 4 N/A
2003-05-18 Win Netherlands Melvin Rozenblad Killerdome III Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00
Makes His A-class debut.
2003-04-19 Win Netherlands Henry Akendiz Beast of The East Zutphen, Netherlands TKO (corner stoppage) 1 3:00
2003-04-13 Win Belgium Jan van Denderen East Side III Gorinchem, Netherlands Decision 5 2:00
2003-02-02 Win Netherlands Harry Lodewijks Killerdome II Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (strikes) 1 N/A
2003-01-11 Win Morocco Tarik Slimani Dudok Arena Hilversum, Netherlands N/A N/A N/A
2002-10-27 Win Netherlands Ray Staring Beast of The East Arnhem, Netherlands Decision 5 2:00
2002-05-19 Loss Egypt Amir Zeyada Itai-Te Promotions, Thaiboksgala Predators III Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (slam) 4 0:47
2002-03-08 Win Netherlands Dave van der Ploeg Beast of The East Zutphen, Netherlands Decision 5 2:00
2002-03-03 Win Germany Olli Koch Loasana Promotions, The Palace Groningen, Netherlands KO (strikes) 1 N/A
2001-09-22 Win Netherlands Werner Stoel Champions Gym Gala in Hanenhof Geleen, Netherlands Decision 5 2:00
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Mixed martial arts record

Professional record breakdown
2 matches 2 wins 0 losses
By knockout 1 0
By submission 0 0
By decision 1 0
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 2-0 Angel DeAnda Decision (unanimous) WSOF 4 August 10, 2013 3 5:00 Ontario, California, United States
Win 1-0 Travis Bartlett KO (punch) WSOF 1 November 3, 2012 1 3:15 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

See also


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  2. ^ "Tyrone Spong: Gilbert Yvel Could Have Been One of the Best Ever". Sherdog.
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  7. ^ Dave Walsh. "GLORY 5 London: Bonjasky vs. Spong Event Pushed Back Until March". liverkick.com.
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  30. ^ "Six fights confirmed for WSOF 4, While Anthony Johnson and Mike Kyle are set for WSOF 5". Retrieved .
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  36. ^ "YouTube". youtube.com.
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  38. ^ "YouTube". youtube.com.
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