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  • noun Plural form of undercard.


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  • "The one thing Arizona can do is score, the one thing Pittsburgh can do is defend," he says, but keep an eye on the "undercards" on the other side of the line.

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  • I took him under my wing and he fought on five of my undercards.

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  • Sprinkled into the undercards of these events were such lackluster matches as Mike Sanders versus Kwee-Wee, Mancow versus Jimmy Hart, and General Rection versus Shane Douglas.

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  • Two over versus two undercards, such as KQ vs. J10, will give you about a 60/35 advantage.

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  • Penn for a man who began as a pure striker, St. Pierre has somehow become one of the best grapplers in the world, but there was some interesting stuff in the undercards, too.

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  • Hey Greeny good luck on Wednesday it's going to be a ripper of a fight and without doubt one of the best undercards ever seen in Australia! | Top Stories

  • NOTES: This was the Wild's annual "Hockey Day Minnesota," a made-for-TV event featuring as undercards two outdoor high school games four hours by car away in Moorhead and a college contest between the Gophers and Denver in Minneapolis. rss feed

  • Now watch, the undercards will be awesome and Lesner and Carwin will stink the joint up.

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  • The focused build-up has resulted in one of the better undercards on a TNA PPV this year.

  • Grinding out a long series of decision wins via top control but losing the big fights to Rich Franklin and Chael Sonnen kept Okami on the undercards of UFC events.

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