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UFC fighter Green lost control, two dead in crash

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

UFC fighter Desmond “The Predator” Green lost control of his vehicle, according to the authorities, and caused a multi-car accident this weekend. He was in Florida, as he trains with Hard Knocks 365.

Green, who was born in Rochester, New York, is 21-7 in his MMA career. He last lost on June 1st, 2018 when he defeated Gleison Tibau at UFC Fight Night 131.

UFC fighter Desmond Green fighting Rustam Khabilov at UFC Fight Night

Desmond Green fighting Rustam Khabilov at UFC Fight Night (Getty Images)

The accident happened in Davie, Florida. There were five cars involved that happened on Interstate 75. Two people were killed in the crash.

Green, according to the Florida Highway Patrol, was driving a Dodge Durango SUV at 6:15 am when he lost control. He swerved in front a semi-truck, authorities said.

That resulted in three more cars involved in the accident. Emelina Morfa and Emma Suarez Hernandez were killed. Mily Vita-Vega was sent to the hospital with serious injuries.

Green suffered minor injuries in the crash. The authorities are still investigating the accident.

He was scheduled to return to action at UFC Fight Night in Moscow, Russia in September. Green is booked to face challenger Mairbek Taisumov.

At this time, the UFC has no comment on Green’s scheduled fight.

Of the 21 wins, he has 15 wins by decision. He also has five more wins by knockout and one win by submission.

He has lost five fights by decision. In addition, the other two losses have come by submission.

Taisumo has a 26-5 record.

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