Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 71. Chapters: Abdesslam El Alami, Aboubakr Jamaï, Ahmed Yacoubi, Alber Elbaz, Ali Bourequat, Allal El Hajjam, Amine El Khalifi, Ariellah Aflalo, Aziz Bouderbala, Bachir Attar, Baruj Benacerraf, Cut Killer, Cyril Takayama, Danielle Knafo, David Levy Yulee, Drew Hastings, Driss Temsamani, Elam Jay, El Mostafa Nechchadi, Eric Himy, Frank Harary, Frank Mir, Frank Stephenson, French Montana, Hassan Hakmoun, Helene Hagan, Henry Azra, Issandr El Amrani, Jacques Bensimon, John Fritchey, Jo Amar, Karim el-Mejjati, Khalid Khannouchi, Khalil (singer), Khleo, Laila Lalami, Leila Abouzeid, Mahdi Elmandjra, Malika Zarra, Marc Lasry, Mednas, Mehdi Ballouchy, Michele Bohbot, Michel Qissi, Mohamed Amine Khamsi, Mohamed Benaissa, Mohamed Mrabet, Monsef Zerka, Morjana Alaoui, Moroccan American, Moulay Yacoubi, Olé (group), Paul Benacerraf, Paul Marciano, Rakefet Abergel, Ralph de Toledano, RedOne, Richard Wolffe, Saïd Aouita, Said Ouali, Sami Shalom Chetrit, Samuel Hadida, Sanaa Hamri, Shiri Appleby, Sidney Taurel, Soulaymane Kachani, Tala Hadid, Touriya Haoud, Victor Drai, Younes Idrissi, Youssef Biaz, Youssouf Amine Elalamy, Zacarias Moussaoui, Zensa Raggi. Excerpt: Francisco Santos Mir, III (born May 24, 1979), better known as Frank Mir, is an American mixed martial artist. Mir is a two time UFC Heavyweight Champion. He currently holds the record for most victories and submissions in the history of the UFC heavyweight division. He is also the only man in UFC history to win a bout by toe hold. As of August 2012, he is ranked the #6 heavyweight in the world by Sherdog. He holds the distinction of being the first and only man to both knock out and submit MMA legend Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira. Mir is the only person to submit former UFC Heavyweight Champion and WWE superstar Brock Lesnar and highly regarded Muay Thai striker Cheick Kongo. Frank Mir has had more fights in the UFC than anyone else who competed in the heavyweight division. His father convinced him to begin wrestling, on the basis that it could help him avoid submissions. Mir then began wrestling at Bonanza High School in Las Vegas, Nevada where during his junior year he lost his first nine matches. During his senior year (1998) he went 44–1 and won the state championship. He was also on the school's football team that reached the Southern Zone semifinals in 1997 and where he played as fullback and defensive end. He also took up track and field in 1998 where his discus throw of 177 feet, 10 inches is still a Sunset Regional record. Mir met UFC matchmaker Joe Silva at a school Silva was visiting. Silva saw potential in Mir as a future UFC fighter and suggested that he first prove himself against some fighters in the mixed martial arts world. Mir would make his professional MMA debut against Jerome Smith at HOOKnSHOOT: Showdown on July 14, 2001. Mir won the bout by judges' decision after two rounds. He won another match by submission against Dan Quinn at IFC Warriors Challenge 15. After these events, Mir made his UFC debut against Roberto Travern. Traven had fought once in the UFC before (at UFC 11), and was the 1999 ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship open class
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