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Pages: 23. Chapters: Andreas Kraniotakes, Andreas Preschel, Andreas
Tolzer, Anja von Rekowski, Anna-Maria Gradante, Anna von Harnier,
Annett Bohm, Arthur Schnabel, Benjamin Behrla, Benjamin Berhla,
Christopher Volk, Christophe Lambert (judoka), Claudia Malzahn,
Daniel Gurschner, Davor Vlaskovac, Detlef Ultsch, Dietmar Hotger,
Dietmar Lorenz, Dimitri Peters, Dirk Radszat, Florian Wanner, Frank
Borkowski, Frank Moller, Frank Wieneke, Franziska Konitz, Fred
Ohlhorn, Gunter Kruger, Gunther Neureuther, Gunther Wiesner, Harald
Heinke, Heide Wollert, Henry Stohr, Johanna Hagn, Julia Matijass,
Karl-Heinz Lehmann, Karl Nitz, Katja Gerber, Katrin Beinroth,
Kerstin Thiele, Klaus Glahn, Klaus Hennig, Marc Meiling, Marko
Spittka, Martin Schmidt, Michaela Baschin, Michael Jurack, Michael
Pinske, Mike Hax, Miryam Roper, Ole Bischof, Oliver Gussenberg,
Otto Smirat, Pascal Krauss, Patric Nebhuth, Paul Barth (judoka),
Peter Schlatter, Peter Sobotta, Ralf Akoto, Ralf Koser, Rene
Sporleder, Richard Trautmann, Robert Gess, Romy Tarangul, Sandra
Koppen, Stefan Dott, Stefan Janos, Steffen Stranz, Sven Loll,
Tobias Englmaier, Torsten Brechot, Torsten Reissmann, Udo
Quellmalz, Uwe Frenz, Uwe Stock, Valentin Knobloch, Volker Heyer,
Wolfgang Hofmann, Wolfgang Zuckschwerdt, Yvonne Bonisch. Excerpt:
Pascal Krauss (born April 19, 1987 in Breisach) is a German mixed
martial artist who currently competes in the welterweight division
of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). His German nickname
translates to 'tank' in English. Pascal's passion for martial arts
was woken when he started boxing at the age of 14. His five year
commitment to the sport earned him a German junior boxing title and
a second place in the International German Championships. The
latter being the only loss in his 18-fight amateur boxing career.
He was also a member in the youth team of Freiburg's first division
wrestling club 'RKG Freiburg 2000'. After an encounter with German
Judo black belt and MMA practioneer Gregor Herb in 2007 Pascal also
started training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) and MMA. He made his
professional MMA debut in January 2008 in his native Germany. In
2009 Pascal spent some time in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to train
under BJJ master Roberto "Gordo" Correa. After eight weeks of
training alongside Antonio Braga Neto, Rafael dos Anjos, Delson
Heleno and MMA-legend Vitor Belfort, amongst others, he was awarded
a BJJ blue belt. A 2010 trip to the USA lead Pascal to spend some
time at Renzo Gracie's MMA academy in New York and the Cesar Gracie
MMA team - home to renowned fighters such as Jake Shields, Nick
Diaz, Nate Diaz and Gilbert Melendez. After beating John Quinn at
the May 22, 2010 Cage Warriors Fighting Championship Right to Fight
event he became the Cage Warriors welterweight champion. He
succeeded Dan Hardy, who had to vacate the title after signing with
the UFC in 2008. The renowned MMA-website Sherdog released an
interview with Pascal on July 24 for their "Prospect Watch"-column.
Sherdog also named him in an July 2010 article on 'the top 10
undefeated European prospects'. In August 2010, Pascal signed a
four-fight contract with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He was
expected to make his promotional debut at UFC 122 in Oberhausen,
Germany against the likewise undef
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