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BACK ON TOP AGAIN

The United Kingdom is well known for its smash-mouth style, and catch as catch can grappling, and Danny Burch is no exception to this archetype. In the fall of 2002, the then twenty-year-old started his training to not only better handle himself, but to begin a career that would change his life.

Getting his feet wet under the moniker of Joe Riot for the first year

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