A great champion is defined by great challengers. No Frazier, no Ali. No Achaemenid Empire no Western World. And so on.
So too is has been with Fabricio Werdum's funny face. For long it has reigned supreme.
Many have tried to copy the funny face, to little avail.
Now a great challenger has risen in the Far East, in the form of Takuya Eizumi, after defeating Yusei Shimokawa by decision at Pancrase 259 on June 29, in Tokyo, Japan.
What do you think UG? Has Werdum met his match, at long last?
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