Steve Mocco - Mixed Martial Arts

Mixed Martial Arts

Steve Mocco was brought in to the American Top Team to help Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva prepare for his fight with Cain Velasquez at UFC 146. He had a nice experience in training and was welcomed greatly by American Top Team. After being unable to get past the trials to enter the 2012 Olympics in London, Steve Mocco signed with American Top Team and made his MMA debut in november 2012.

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