Travis Fulton Dead

Travis Fulton, the man with more mixed martial arts fights than anyone in history, was found dead in his cell at the Linn County Jail in Iowa Saturday from an apparent suicide. Fulton, who had been held at the jail since his February indictment on charges of sexual exploitation of a child and possession of child pornography, had plead guilty to two of four counts last week.

During a two decade long career, Fulton amassed more than 300 professional bouts. Over the years he fought former and future UFC champions Dan Severn, Ricco Rodriguez, Evan Tanner, Rich Franklin, Forrest Griffin and Andrei Arlovski losing to all of them.

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Host country Japan set a record for most gold medals in judo this Olympics with nine but couldn't add a tenth as the Tokyo Olympics closed out their judo competition Saturday with an upset in the first ever mixed team competition. France stormed the mats to knock off the favored Japanese 4-1 in the finals.
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At the top of the bill will be Eduard "Landslide" Folyang welcoming Zhang Lipeng to the Circle.

The debut match for Zhang offers him a massive opportunity against a former ONE Lightweight World Champion. The pivotal matchup in the lightweight division will position the winner for a possible contender's bout later this year.

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