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Cris “Cyborg” Santos chokes out a reporter

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Cris Santos was recently being interviewed by an MMA reporter. When asking Cris how long it would take to put Gina Carano to sleep while using a choke hold, “Cyborg” decided to give the reporter a demonstration so he could experience it first hand.

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  1. Storefront Jenius

    THIS IS AMAZING!

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