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MMA’s Best Fighter: Don Frye

Written on July 02, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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At this week's MMA's Best Fighters, Fighting Insider brings you one of the original "cross trained" fighter in the sport -- Don Frye.

Born on November 23, 1965, Don Frye rose to fame after fighting in early UFC events like UFC 8 and Ultimate Ultimate 96. Together with Marco Ruas, he was considered as one of the original “cross trained” MMA fighter, who had a background in various disciplines.

Don Frye started his UFC career in 1995, wherein he trained his old friend – Dan Severn – for the Ultimate Ultimate 1995. A year after that, Dan Severn acted as his manager for UFC 8. Don Frye fought three times in one night at UFC 8, dispatching all of his opponents in under a minute’s total. Then he returned to UFC 9, where he became an instant favorite. He won over Amaury Bitetti via TKO, followed by a back-to-back win over Mark Hall and Brian Johnston at UFC 10. However, Don Frye got his first loss from Mark Coleman via TKO afterwards.

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