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Chael Sonnen & Jim Ross To Return As Commentators In 2015

WWE Hall Of Famer announcer Jim Ross and former UFC title contender and FOX analyst Chael Sonnen broadcasted there first review for BattleGrounds MMA O.N.E. PPV on October third and […]

WWE Hall Of Famer announcer Jim Ross and former UFC title contender and FOX analyst Chael Sonnen broadcasted there first review for BattleGrounds MMA O.N.E. PPV on October third and since then fans have been asking when they will team up again to call another MMA event.

Well, the answer may have been given today. A fan asked the WWE legend on twitter when they will hear him calling the action for a live MMA event again. Ross replied to the fan, telling them, “BattleGrounds MMA hasn’t said.”

But now they have, the official twitter account responded to this tweet today:

“@bazee420: @JRsBBQ when’s the next time I can catch your commentating on Battleground MMA, any date announced?”

Heres what they said in return:

@JRBBQ @bazee420 working on 1Q 2015 for the next tournament and JR & Chael are a big piece of that plan.

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UFC Rescinds Cung Le’s One Year Suspension

The UFC announced today that they have changed the one-year suspension of Middleweight contender Cung Le, a suspension given to him when the fighter tested positive for elevated levels of […]

The UFC announced today that they have changed the one-year suspension of Middleweight contender Cung Le, a suspension given to him when the fighter tested positive for elevated levels of human growth horomone (HGH),after his fourth-round TKO loss to Michael Bisping at the UFC Fight Night 48 event in Macau, China last month.

UFC posted the following on their official website today:

At UFC Fight Night Macao on August 23rd, UFC contracted with an independent drug testing laboratory in Hong Kong to perform urinalysis testing on all fighters on the card. Additionally, UFC requested the laboratory to test blood samples from 4 fighters for human growth hormone (HGH), erythropoietin (EPO) and testosterone.

One of the athletes who had his blood tested was Cung Le. The laboratory results from Le’s blood test were sent to the UFC and showed that his blood had a total HGH level outside the reference range. Based on such results, UFC officials determined that Le had violated his promotional agreement and the UFC Fighter Conduct Policy. Consequently, UFC decided that Le should be suspended from unarmed combat competition for 12 months.

Following the announcement of Le’s suspension, UFC officials have been provided with medical advice regarding the elevated total HGH present in Le’s system. In accordance with such medical advice, UFC has determined that Le’s elevated total HGH by itself does not prove that he took performance-enhancing drugs before the August 23rd bout. As a result, UFC has informed Le that his suspension is rescinded.

Le had requested an appeal of his suspension, and was entitled to arbitrate the drug test results and suspension. However, based on the lack of conclusive laboratory results, UFC officials deemed it appropriate to immediately rescind the suspension without the need for further proceedings.

The UFC organization has always been a leader when it comes to testing for performance-enhancing drugs in combat sports. All UFC athletes know they are subject to drug testing by an applicable state athletic commission, an international governing federation, or by an independent laboratory contracted by the UFC when no regulatory body is overseeing the event. In those cases where regulatory oversight is unavailable, UFC voluntarily chooses to adhere to the highest level of athlete health and safety protocols similar to if the event were being held in the state of Nevada.

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Full Metal Dojo 3: Full Fight Card Released

In 2014, a new MMA promotion was born in Thailand: Full Metal Dojo (FMD), led by Thailand’s leading MMA promoter Jon Nutt. They brought the First Ever Professional MMA event […]

In 2014, a new MMA promotion was born in Thailand: Full Metal Dojo (FMD), led by Thailand’s

leading MMA promoter Jon Nutt. They brought the First Ever Professional MMA event to Phuket with

their first event, FMD1, and then delivered Thailand’s Biggest Ever MMA Fightcard with FMD2.

With Fightcards featuring top Thai and international upcoming MMA fighters, FMD are receiving

global media coverage as MMA breaks into the Thai market. And now Thailand’s Number 1 MMA

Promotion is coming to Bangkok …

FMD3: No Sleep till Bangkok starts at 3:30pm till late on Saturday, November 22, in Live House

Studio, Jatujak Green, Kamphaeng Phet 3, Bangkok. 5 minutes from Mo Chit BTS and Chatuchak Park

MRT stations.

FMD3 is set to be the Biggest Ever MMA Event in Thailand with 11 fights already confirmed, and

more to come, along with live music and other entertainment. FMD is the only MMA Promotion that

lets fans get right up against the cage and enjoy FMD’s unique MMA party atmosphere. The show will

have affordable food and beverage prices, and be hosted in both Thai and English language.

The Media Weigh-in Event is at 5pm on Friday, November 21 at The Clubhouse Sports Bar & Grill on

Sukhumvit soi 23.

FMD3 Ticket Information (Tickets more on the door.)

• All Access Ticket. 3000 baht. Access to All Areas, including Backstage and Exclusive VIP

Area, (next to fighter walk-ins and bar, with tables and chairs at Cage Side.)

• Standard Tickets. 1500 baht. Access to the Main Area, including Cage Side and two large

Balconies overlooking the cage. (Tickets are standing only, with limited tables and seating

available. )

Tickets can be ordered online by contacting FMD below, or bought at: The Clubhouse Sports Bar &

Grill (Sukhumvit 23), Bangkok Fightlab (RSU Tower, Sukhumvit 31), EMAC Gym (Executive House

Bldg, Suruwongse Road) and Live House Studio (JJ Green).

Email: fullmetaldojo@gmail.com or www.facebook.com/fullmetaldojo

Confirmed Fight Card

FMD3: No Sleep till Bangkok Official Fightcard (more TBC)

Amateur Fights

Bantamweight 135lbs / 61.2kgs

Ali Motamed (Tiger Muay Thai) VS Cole Smith (Team Quest)

Bantamweight 135lbs / 61.2kgs

Wazin “Jungle Boy” Hemhongsa (Souls of Siam) Vs Luu (Legacy Gym)

Professional Fights

Strawweight 115lbs / 52.1kgs – Pro Debut

Athit “The Sun” Machungoen (Judo Dojo) Vs Jhaymie Gayman (Fight Corps Philippines)

Strawweight 115lbs / 52.1kgs – Pro Debut

Pongsiri “Piak” Mitsatit (2-0 Team Quest) VS Payoongsak “Nut” Singchalad (Pro Debut – Shingi Dojo)

Flyweight 125lbs / 56.7kg

Kritsada “Dream Man” Kongsrichai (1-0 Chumporn Wrestling and MMA) Vs Manaschai “Lee.O”

Promswad (0-1 RTech)

Flyweight 125lbs / 56.7kgs

Alex Schild (1-0 Tiger Muay Thai) VS Susovan Ghosh (1-1 Evolution MMA India)

Featherweight 145lbs / 65.7kgs

Tanabadee “Ninjaman” Supparukephusakun (Pro Debut Krabi Martial Arts) Vs Supat “Nut” Senapol

(0-1 Spiritual Warrior)

Featherweight 145lbs / 65.7kgs

Siwa “Mike” Konthieng (2-1 Lanna MMA) Vs Chatmongkhon “Noom” Simma (3-3 Legacy Gym)

Featherweight 145lbs / 65.7kgs

Hisyam Sams (Pro Debut Borneo Tribal Squad) VS Joshua Hong (Pro Debut Fight G)

Lightweight 155lbs / 70.3kgs

Yousef Wehbe (Pro Debut Phuket Top Team) Vs Dimitri Homjakovs (2-0 Legacy Gym)

Catchweight at 163.1lbs / 74kg

Dylan Fussell (2-1 Team Quest) VS Baz Mohammad Mubariz (4-2 Diesel Diva/Phuket Top Team)

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Cain Velasquez Injured; Fabricio Werdum vs. Mark Hunt New UFC 180 Main Event

The UFC® announced today that UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez suffered a right knee injury during training and was forced to withdraw from his championship fight against No.1 contender Fabricio […]

The UFC® announced today that UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez suffered a right knee injury during training and was forced to withdraw from his championship fight against No.1 contender Fabricio Werdum in Mexico City on November 15.

As a result, No.4 heavyweight Mark Hunt (10-8-1 in professional MMA, fighting out of Auckland, New Zealand), who is coming off a walk-away knockout against the iron-chinned Roy Nelson in Tokyo in September (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGunUlEd50A), will face Werdum (18-5-1, fighting out of Los Angeles via Porto Alegre, Brazil) in the five-round main event for the interim UFC heavyweight title.

“I’m so unbelievably disappointed that this happened,” Velasquez said. “To say I was looking forward to fighting in Mexico for the first time is an understatement. I wanted to fight on that card so bad. Looks like it wasn’t meant to be and it’s not going to happen. I’m going to get my [right] knee fixed and get back to training as soon as I can. I’m sorry to the fans in Mexico who were expecting this fight, and I hope to be able to come down and still be a part of this historic event.”
For Werdum, it was never about Cain, it was always about the title.

“I’m ready for whatever comes. I have been training in Mexico for nearly two months and accept the challenge that is presented to me. I’ll continue to prepare and will arrive ready to fight on behalf of all my Latin American fans,” said Werdum.
Mark Hunt, never one to shy away from a big opportunity, wasted no time accepting a dream opportunity to fight for UFC gold.

“I feel blessed to have this opportunity to fight for another world title. This is something that doesn’t happen often to people. First K1 and now UFC – how can I say no, even though it’s on short notice? I’m dropping everything and flying to Mexico tomorrow so I can best prepare myself for this fight. I have to get into shape and acclimatize to that environment, which is really important.

“There’s nothing to lose when you’re competing against the best at the top level,” Hunt added.
UFC 180: WERDUM vs. HUNT scheduled for November 15 at the Arena Mexico City, sold-out in only eight hours, and will welcome more than 20,000 fans. Along with the explosive main event, fans will also be treated to six other bouts featuring Latin American contenders.

For more information visit www.ufcnetwork.com. All bouts are live and subject to change.
UFC ticket refund policy

Due to causes beyond our company’s control, there has been a change in the main event of UFC 180 and Cain Velasquez will no longer be participating. For customers who wish to request a refund the times to do so will be from October 28th to November 7th 2014, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. CT.

For purchases made with a credit card and/or debit card, please go to the box office of Arena Ciudad de Mexico with the following documents:

* Card with which the purchase was made. Original and copy
* Official identification. Original and Copy
* Tickets.

Purchases in CASH, OXXO, ELEKTRA, PALACIO DE HIERRO’s CARD through Superboletos reimbursements will be made at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico box office only from October 28 to November 7, 2014, please submit:

* Tickets.
* Official identification. Original and Copy
Foreign clients

For customers who are foreign refund dynamic is as follows, you must send your scanned tickets to the following e-mail address: reembolsos@superboletos.com with the title “UFC refund”, submitting the following:

* Tickets
* Official identification. Copy
* Card with the purchase I make (if applicable, Copy)
Once the documents are sent, the actual tickets must be mailed to our offices in Monterrey, which will provide a reply to the e-mail in which we receive the documents. The dates for this are from October 28th to November 7th, 2014.

If you purchased with cash you must also attach the card to which you want us to make the deposit, if the purchase was made through credit/debit card the refund should appear on your balance from 25 to 30 working days from when the complete paperwork is received. Service charge is not refundable.

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War Machine’s Suicide Note Leaked

A picture of war machines apparent suicide note has been leaked onto the internet. The note is as follows: If you are reading this then it must be a rap, […]

A picture of war machines apparent suicide note has been leaked onto the internet. The note is as follows:

If you are reading this then it must be a rap, I refuse to live a parasitic life, relying on taxes and the generosity of friends for food and shelter, while never being able to give back. I always used to say “You gotta know when the gig is up.” I had a good run. I experienced more in my short life than 5 avg. men combined.

To: Christy, my one:
I truly love you and planned on being with you forever. I know that I had many flaws and that I wasn’t the best BF at times. When I left you in May it didn’t take me long to realize my mistake. I loved you more than freedom.

When we re-united I was 100% dedicated, I know you felt it. I guess it was too little, too late though because something seemed different about you. It drove me crazy, but I knew that you still loved me because you kept telling me to get you the ring. Looking back on it, I guess you wanted security before you “put all of your eggs in one basket” again.

That night I was so excited to see you. Finding what I found that night was devastating to me. More than you will ever know. Not just the unfaithfulness, but the way U cared for him and protected him. Not a day goes by that I don’t wish that you weren’t hurt that night, I hope you know that.
If I could do it all over again I’d just have laid down and let him beat me up. Maybe you still loved me enough to stop him and make him leave. Maybe I could have just laid on our bed and cried and you’d have held me.

Maybe you still loved me enough to end that fling and re-commit to me… I’ll never know. I forgive you, please forgive me, I love you. In hard times know that I am there to lean on.

Ryan:
I love you brother, long live the circle. Keep alpha male shit alive.

Zsanett:
You were a wonderful wife and stronger than you know. I was always proud of you, Szeretlek.
Michael, Shannah, Melissa: I love you all so much, sorry I wasn’t a better brother. Don’t let the Koppenhaver name die Mike, It’s all you.

Papa:
You were the best grandfather a guy could ask for, I love you. Sorry to let you down.

Nyba, R1, Kendall, 9mm, Wade, Doodoo, Julio, Heather, Trae, JD, Baret, Herman, Pav, Duza, Vitelli, Sua, Matt, D, J.R., Daniel, Fritz:
My great friends, oh how I love you all, may my strength be with you.

Amanda:
Thank you for your love and support, it meant the world to me. I hope you find your Tristan. I will watch over you.

Oh man, writing all of this has me crying like a lil’ bitch! I still don’t understand how I got into this mess, I don’t know why this had to happen. My life was going so well.
I know that I made mistakes in the past but I had corrected that and was living life correctly. It is one thing to catch a case when you set out to commit a crime, but catching a case when you have nothing but good intentions in your heart is just so hard to accept. The severity of the charges makes it that much worse.

They wanna charge me with battery and DV? Fine, do it, but don’t railroad me with B.S. fantasy charges like: rape! Attempted murder! Kidnapping! And burglary! It’s fucking ridiculous. And it’s making it impossible for justice.

I’m a good person with a huge heart and everyone who knows me knows that, especially Christy. I don’t know what has happened to her but I’m not gonna watch the woman I love go on the stand and tell painful lies about me. I don’t know if her scumbag agent is making her do this for $/publicity, or if the D.A. is just pressuring her/scaring her, or what. Anyway, thank you to all who have supported me over the years.

I appreciate you all, sorry if I’ve let you down. I hope you choose to remember me for my times of strength and not for this. Society has killed men. I was never meant to live in this era anyway. Follow your dreams and think for yourselves.

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Pacific Xtreme Combat 45: Full Fight Card Released

Pacific Xtreme Combat aka the PXC, will be having its 45th event this Friday, the 24th of October, at Guam’s UOG Fieldhouse. The event will showcase a bantamweight headliner between […]

Pacific Xtreme Combat aka the PXC, will be having its 45th event this Friday, the 24th of October, at Guam’s UOG Fieldhouse. The event will showcase a bantamweight headliner between Rolando Dy and Kyle Aguon. Dy has been rallying for a title in the PXC and is on a 3 fight win streak. He’s defeated names like Kyle Reyes to reach the top spot in the PXC. He’s going to have his hands full though when he faces Kyle Aguon. Aguon is coming off a win against Troy Bantiag. He’s won the last 5 of his last 6 bouts, dropping a decision loss only to the UFC’s Michinori Tanaka.

Also on the card, Kyle Reyes will be trying to continue his momentum from his last submission win against Josh Sapinoso. Reyes will be facing a hot new up and comer Alex Volkanovski. Volkanovski has only lost once in his fight career that consist of 8 fights. He’s an aggressive fighter who has been known to take the fight to all his opponents, with 6 of his 7 wins coming via a finish. Volkanovski is also a recipient of Tiger Muay Thai’s Fighter Scholarship which selects only the best applicants to be part of the TMT Fight Team. This is definitely a match to watch.

Also on the card will be the return of the Jones Brothers, Trevin and Tyrone. Trevin will be facing the very tough Toby Misech from BJ Penn’s academy while Tyrone will be taking on Korean Top Team’s Hong Seung Chan. PXC 45 will also showcase a women’s MMA bout between Korean Top Team’s Yoo Jin Jung and hot prospect, and the very beautiful if we must add, Brogan Walker. Yoo’s had a tough start in her MMA career, losing to the very tough Kailin Curran in her PXC debut but is looking to smash the newcomer Walker to pick up her first win. Walker on the other hand will be looking for the W in her professional MMA debut. Walker was one of the selected few who were chosen for Tiger Muay Thai’s annual fighter scholarship program. Expect the girls to put on a great show in this one. However, in an unfortunate turn of events, Mark Abelardo vs. Ricky Camp will be postponed to allow Camp to heal from an injury.

PXC 45 will showcase a total of 9 fights and fans can expect an online stream as always. Check out the full fight card below.

Bantamweight Championship
Rolando Dy vs. Kyle Aguon

Alex Volkanovksi vs. Kyle Reyes

Darren Uyenoyama vs. Shane Alvarez

Yoo Jin Jung vs. Brogan Walker

Toby Misech vs. Trevin Jones

Mike Sanchez vs. Scott Eclavea

Tyrone Jones vs. Hong Seung Chan

McKlane Alfred vs. Vince Masga

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TUF Finale To Be Held On December 12th

The UFC® announced that the groundbreaking season of The Ultimate Fighter®: A Champion Will Be Crowned will come to an explosive finish in the season finale on Friday, Dec. 12 […]

The UFC® announced that the groundbreaking season of The Ultimate Fighter®: A Champion Will Be Crowned will come to an explosive finish in the season finale on Friday, Dec. 12 at Palms Casino Resort. The two finalists will battle it out to become the inaugural UFC 115-pound champion in the five-round main event.

As the latest installment of the UFC’s signature reality series, The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned launched the UFC women’s strawweight division, and showcased 16 of the world’s best 115-pound female mixed martial artists as they fought to capture the first-ever strawweight crown. The winner of this season, to be decided on the finale show, will emerge as a trailblazer in women’s MMA and follow in the footsteps of current UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.
In addition to a world title fight, powerful striker (No.10) Jeremy Stephens (23-9, fighting out of San Diego, Calif. by way of Des Moines, Iowa) will take on 14th-ranked featherweight Charles Oliveira (18-4, 1NC, fighting out of Houston, Texas by way of Sao Paulo, Brazil) in the co-main event.

Coming off a 30-second win over Sam Stout at The Ultimate Fighter® finale in April, former STRIKEFORCE® veteran K.J. Noons (12-6, fighting out of San Diego, Calif.) returns to face The Ultimate Fighter season 15 alumnus Daron Cruickshank (16-5, fighting out of Detroit, Mich.). Plus, fellow season 15 standout Joe Proctor (10-2, fighting out of Bridgewater, Mass.) looks for a third straight win when he meets the always dangerous Yancy Medeiros (10-2, 1 NC, fighting out of Honolulu, Hawaii) in a 155-pound scrap. Additional bouts to be announced, and will include a collection of women’s strawweight fights.

The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1. This week, in episode five, an injury forces one of the fighters out of the competition, and opens the door for another to get a second chance in the tournament. The Team Melendez fighters question the severity of Heather Clark’s nagging knee injury. And the storied rivalry between No.6 seed Felice Herrig of Team Pettis and No.11 seed Heather Clark finally comes to a head, as they face off in the fifth preliminary fight.

The Ultimate Fighter® Finale will air live on FOX Sports 1 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on Friday, December 12, with the prelims kicking off the evening on FOX Sports 1 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.
Tickets for The Ultimate Fighter® Finale go on sale Friday, Oct. 24 at 10 a.m. PT and are priced at $300, $175 and $85. Tickets will be available at the Pearl Concert Theater Box Office and all
Ticketmaster locations. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call Ticketmaster at (800)745-3000 or on the web at www.ticketmaster.com. Ticket sales are limited to eight (8) per person. Ticket prices do not include applicable service charges.

UFC Fight Club® members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to this event Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 10 a.m. PT via the website www.ufcfightclub.com. A special internet ticket pre-sale will be available to UFC newsletter subscribers Thursday, Oct. 23 starting at 10 a.m. PT. To access this presale, users must register for the UFC newsletter through UFC.com.
For more information or current fight news, visit www.ufc.com. All bouts live and subject to change.

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Jake Collier Signs With The UFC

RFA middleweight champion Jake Collier is the latest RFA fighter to sign with the UFC as he will make his promotional debut at UFC Fight Night 58 against Vitor Miranda. […]

RFA middleweight champion Jake Collier is the latest RFA fighter to sign with the UFC as he will make his promotional debut at UFC Fight Night 58 against Vitor Miranda. UFC-Fight-Night-Logo

While the fight booking has not been officially announced by the UFC, Collier confirmed the fight on his Twitter account.

UFC Fight Night 58 is expected to come from the Jose Correa Arena in Barueri, Sao Paulo, Brazil on December 20th and will be headlined by Lyoto Machida facing C.B. Dollaway in a middleweight bout.

Collier (8-1) is currently on a five fight winning streak and he won the RFA middleweight title last week when he defeated Gabriel Checco by submission at RFA 19. Seven of his eight wins have come by stoppage and his last two wins have come by submission in the first round.

Miranda (9-4) was a heavyweight on The Ultimate Fighter 3 and is dropping down two weight divisions to the middleweight division for this fight. Prior to losing his official UFC debut in May, he has won four in a row and all of those victories came by stoppage.

The current UFC Fight Night 58: Machida vs. Dollaway fight card is below.

Lyoto Machida (21-5) vs. C.B. Dollaway (15-5)
Renan Barao (32-2, 1NC) vs. Mitch Gagnon (12-2)
Igor Pokrajac (25-11, 1NC) vs. Marcos Rogerio de Lima (12-2-1)
Patrick Cummins (6-1) vs. Antonio Carlos Junior (4-0)
Charlie Brenneman (19-7) vs. Leandro Silva (16-2-1)
Rashid Magomedov (17-1) vs. Elias Silverio (11-0)
Ulka Sasaki (18-1-2) vs. Leandro Issa (12-4)
Dan Miller (14-7, 1NC) vs. Daniel Sarafian (8-5)
Jake Collier (8-1) vs. Vitor Miranda (9-4)

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UFC 181 Lineup Complete

The UFC 181 PPV lineup is finally complete with Faber in a main event spot for the second time this year. UFC officials today announced the order the fights would […]

The UFC 181 PPV lineup is finally complete with Faber in a main event spot for the second time this year.

UFC officials today announced the order the fights would be in today. They are as follows:

MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)

– Johny Hendricks vs. Robbie Lawler – for welterweight title
– Anthony Pettis vs. Gilbert Melendez – for lightweight title
– Travis Browne vs. Brendan Schaub
– Holly Holm vs. Raquel Pennington
– Tony Ferguson vs. Abel Trujillo

PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)

– Urijah Faber vs. Francisco Rivera
– Eddie Gordon vs. Josh Samman
– Corey Anderson vs. Gian Villante
– Todd Duffee vs. Anthony Hamilton

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 7 p.m. ET)

– Matt Hobar vs. Sergio Pettis
– Clay Collard vs. Alex White

UFC 181 takes place live on Saturday, December 6, 2015 from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Make sure to join us here that evening for the best live results coverage on the web!

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