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UFC Hall of Fame member Royce Gracie was the promotion’s first superstar, having gone eleven fights without losing at a time when fighters fought gloveless and there were no weight divisions.

There’s been quite a buzz surrounding the possibility of the now-44-year-old Gracie making the final appearance of his career August 27 at UFC Rio. President of the promotion Dana White has already chimed in saying there’s not a chance in the world, however, not always do the promotional top dog’s words match what he really has cooking.

The chances seem next to nil, it can’t be denied, but true fans still carry a glimmer of hope in their hearts.

While the truth about his future unfolds, check out Royce in training, in somewhat of a departure from his traditional characteristics. And don’t forget to comment below: Would you like to see the Gracie in action in Rio? Who would you match him against?

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There are 9 comments for this article
  1. John S at 9:01 am

    No chance. No disrespect to a true legend and pioneer of our beautiful martial art and sport, but he should step aside and let a new generation of Brazilian fighters take the limelight they deserve.

  2. John at 10:13 am

    I would love to see Royce fighting in Rio. That would be amazing. However, if he’s fighting people want to see him win. Who could he really beat at 170??? It might be best if they just do an opening ceremony with him

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