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    Fred Ettish's Return Fight- Clear Version

    The first version that was posted on Bullshido was filmed from the crowd and looked like it was lit by candlelight. Here's a clearer video of Fred's fight:

    YouTube - Fred Ettish Vs Kyle Fletcher - CFX Gladiator Evolution in Brainerd

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    Nice post. Seems like the camera shook every time someone took a step in the ring.

    lol @ trying to block front kick with both hands
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    That ball kick was pure TMA muscle memory, man.

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    Why does the commentator say that Ettish is there to prove that TMA>MMA when he has clearly cross-trained? It is evident in that he clearly understands at least the basic aspects of ground fighting now.

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    It's good to see Fred Ettish come back and wipe the slate clean of that embarrassing loss all those years ago!

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