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Signed UFC Gloves Perfect Gift between Prime Ministers

Before official free-trade talks commenced in Tokyo, Japan today (Sunday March 25), Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper presented Yoshihiko Noda, the Prime Minister of Japan, with a pair of autographed UFC gloves.

The gloves are signed by UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre. The Prime Minister's Office had reached out to Tom Wright, UFC Director of Canadian Operations, for his help getting the signed gloves after hearing Mr Noda was a huge supporter of Canada‚Äôs greatest MMA fighter. 

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