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Chris Colbert media workout

“I’m 100% the best switch fighter in the game”

– Chris Colbert

 

 

Yesterday I had the opportunity to speak with undefeated fighter Chris Colbert (11-0). I asked him what we should expect from him on Sunday night? He expressed that we just want to win if it’s from knockout or decision at the end of the fight all he wants is the win.

 

Make sure you tune in to see Chris Colbert fight Alberto Mercado this Sunday night on the Jermell Charlo vs Jorge Cota undercard live on Fox.

 

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