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Trigg frank about the future

Despite all of the pre-fight posturing and trash talk he has engaged in over his nearly 13-year mixed martial arts career, Frank Trigg is surprisingly honest about his place in the grand scheme of MMA.

At 37 years old and heading into his second bout of four on his current contract against Matt Serra at UFC 109 on February 6, Trigg is cognizant that the fight represents an invariable crossroads in his career. Either it will bring him to the end of the road that was his MMA career or it will lead him to start the climb back up the mountain of the UFC’s stacked welterweight class, where he hopes to reach the pinnacle before he runs out of road  . . . Click here for more by Mike Russell, UFC.com

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