Following a successful stint in Asia fighting for ONE Championship , lightweight veteran Caros Fodor returned to the United States for the first time in three years this past January against former Pride FC standout Luiz Firmino. Unfortunately for Fodor, the bout against Firmino didn’t go his way, and he ended up on the losing end of a unanimous decision. “I felt so great building up to the fight, so I really have no excuse for that one,” Fodor told “I knew all he could do is get on top and lay on me, and I just kind of allowed him to do that in the first round


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