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Roots Of Fight
celebrates the improbable achievements of today’s most legendary athletes, innovators, and cultural icons.
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Roots Of Fight 2h
Replying to @benfowlkesMMA
We saved a spot. Still have some room for you up here buddy. 🇨🇦
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Boxing History 3h
in 1989, Evander scored a scary 2nd round KO over Adilson Rodrigues in Stateline, Nevada, bringing his record to 22-0
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Brooklyn’s distinguished sports history added significant punch with the emergence of
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Mario Lopez 18h
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Lou Gehrig 21h
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Georges St-Pierre Jul 14
Hey guys! I’m proud to be one of the finalists for Best Fighter at the ESPYS! Please help me get my hands on the title by voting here:
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Roots Of Fight Jul 14
. owned Atlanta with those five world titles, and the youth of the city owns him as their inspiration to succeed
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Roots Of Fight Jul 13
Feel the Thunder ⚡️
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Roots Of Fight Jul 13
reached a landmark achievement late in the '72 season when he became the 1st Hispanic player and one of only 31 players to reach 3,000 career hits in the big leagues. New shorts pay respect to
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Roots Of Fight Jul 13
Although born in the US, the little 🐉 grew up in Hong Kong. After returning to the U.S., he immersed himself in Chinese culture. He learned. He taught. He shared. brought people together from all different cultures.
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Roots Of Fight Jul 13
Replying to @DOUBLEJGLOBALBC
Definitely the legend. But thanks 😜
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Bryan Jul 12
thanks for the quick shipping as usual. Loving this shirt of El Guapo
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Roots Of Fight Jul 12
“The world champ should be pretty like me.” got to say that because he was so quick, so elusive that he preserved his beauty in ways others could only dream of
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♛Rey Mysterio❔ Jul 12
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Andre the Giant Jul 12
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Roots Of Fight Jul 12
. grew up in Hong Kong. After relocating to the U.S., he immersed himself in Chinese culture. He learned. He taught. brought people together from different cultures. Fluidity was a key element of his philosophy
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