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    Post UFC fighter 'The Big Deal' Ryan Jimmo dies in hit-and-run after argument outside a bar in Canada

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...un-Canada.html

    Former UFC fighter Ryan Jimmo has died after he was knocked down during a hit and run collision in his native Canada.

    Jimmo, 34, known as 'The Big Deal' during fights, was in Edmonton with his girlfriend when he was hit by the vehicle after an alleged altercation outside a sports bar.

    The Canadian mostly fought in the MFC, Maximum Fighting Championship, in his home nation but also enjoyed a number of bouts in the UFC during his early career.

    He became particularly renown for his victory dance which included him breaking into robotics and performing the splits.
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    The president of the UFC, Dana White, was one of those leading tributes to the fighter and posted a picture of Jimmo with the message 'RIP' on Twitter.

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    See mattp13-69's Items on eBay

    awful, I hope they catch the people who ran him over
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