The winningest heavyweight in UFC history has found the fountain of youth… in Albuquerque.
After 12 years successful years inside the Octagon, earning the UFC heavyweight championship and interim UFC heavyweight championship belt, Frank Mir decided it was about time to move his fight camp from the city he was born and raised in to the MMA Mecca in New Mexico. Following his title bout loss to then champ Junior dos Santos at UFC 146, Mir joined arguably the most highly-regarded fight team in the world, Jackson-Winkeljohn. The results of the Las Vegas native’s first training camp in Albuquerque were obvious at weigh ins last April prior to the bout with Daniel Cormier, but ultimately went underutilized on fight night, which Mir will not let happen again. . . . Click here for more on UFC.com
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