UFC Helps Cancer-Battling Teen

Teen battling brain cancer puts UFC atop bucket list
By Ariel Helwani, MMA Fighting
"On Tuesday, ABC News published a story about Jake Stoneking, a 19-year-old battling medulloblastoma, a rare form of brain cancer.

"'After the doctor told me I had cancer again," Stoneking told MMAFighting.com on Wednesday. 'I had a feeling that something was wrong. So I decided then, Well, I only got so much longer to live, I might as well make a bucket list now and do what I want to do.'

"The ABC News story highlighted the fact that Stoneking's top bucket list item was to visit a local West Linn, Ore. topless bar. Stoneking recently crossed that one off his list. No. 2, however, was to attend a UFC event."

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