UFC: Manel Kape declares 'I'll be world champion again' after first-round TKO of Zhalgas Zhumagulov

UFC: Manel Kape declares 'I'll be world champion again' after first-round TKO of Zhalgas Zhumagulov

Former Rizin bantamweight champion Manel 'Starboy' Kape continues his resurgence with impressive first-round finish of Zhalgas Zhumagulov at UFC Vegas 44.
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