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Can undefeated Frank Trevino become the face of Mexican MMA?

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Seven years ago, Frank Trevino was 280 pounds and had never even considered training in MMA. Now he's a welterweight and middleweight champion in a regional Texas promotion and hoping to become the face of Mexican MMA.

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Post #1   4/13/13 1:57:28PM   

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Cain Velasquez beat him to it

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Post #2   4/13/13 4:11:59PM   

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Erik Perez he's young and play's to his Mexican heritage and I think undefeated?

Oh and the HW Champ Cain.

Post #3   4/13/13 5:46:19PM   

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Posted by frizzzlecake

Erik Perez he's young and play's to his Mexican heritage and I think undefeated?

Oh and the HW Champ Cain.



He's undefeated in the UFC but has a couple of losses outside the promotion.

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Post #4   4/14/13 9:33:54PM   

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Is being a Mexican-American fighter that much of a novelty? Tito Ortiz was the biggest name in the sport over a decade ago (at least outside of Japan). And, like people have been saying, Cain Velasquez is currently UFC champion (and Dominick Cruz might be soon as well).

Post #5   4/16/13 3:04:42PM   

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Posted by fullerene

Is being a Mexican-American fighter that much of a novelty? Tito Ortiz was the biggest name in the sport over a decade ago (at least outside of Japan). And, like people have been saying, Cain Velasquez is currently UFC champion (and Dominick Cruz might be soon as well).

You make very good point

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Post #6   4/16/13 3:13:09PM   

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Never heard of him.

Dont forget diego Sanchez.

Post #7   4/18/13 8:48:44PM