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Boxer Brian Vera and MMA fighter Derek Campos threw down at Triller’s Triad Combat debut event. They went to war, but MMA beat boxing. 

What happens when a badly washed boxer and MMA fighter step into a triangle to fight in a bizarre combat sports crossover event called Triad Combat? Apparently, they smash each other to bits in an entertaining fight.

MMA fighter Derek Campos got the better of boxer Brian Vera on Saturday, Nov. 27, from Globe Life Field in Arlington, TX. Campos owned Vera in round 1.

Campos (20-11) dropped Vera in round 1 with a huge left hook. Vera (28-17, 18 KOs) survived the round but was in bad shape.

Derek Campos rocks and then puts down Brian Vera inside the first #TriadCombat

— FITE (@FiteTV) November 28, 2021

Derek Campos and Brian Vera beat each other to a pulp at Triller’s first Triad Combat event

Vera went down again in round 2 from a Campos combination, but Campos hit Vera while on the canvas. The judge deducted a point from Campos and didn’t score a knockdown of Vera.

Shockingly, Vera woke up and made it a competitive fight from there on out. Vera and Campos made it through seven grueling rounds, but Campos won by majority decision.

Brian Vera and Derek Campos left all in the triad! #TriadCombat

— FITE (@FiteTV) November 28, 2021

Vera owns wins in boxing over Sergio Mora and Andy Lee, but that was long ago. At 39 years old, Vera is a shell of what he once was. He got one more shot at combat and made the most of it, but let’s hope he stops fighting before he gets seriously hurt.

Campos lost his last two fights in Bellator, but he showed a lot of heart in Triad Combat. Expect to see him again in the new promotion, as long as Triller continues with its new fighting brand.

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Rare Jefferson nickel coin sells for $129 after bidding war – do you have one in your spare change?

AN error coin featuring third President Thomas Jefferson has sold for just over $129 online. 

The Jefferson nickel has been struck by the US mint since 1938, replacing the buffalo and Indian head piece. 

1There D on the coin is placed under the "5" - which is higher than it should be

The lowest mintage in the Jefferson series is said to be the 1950-D coin, which exceeds 2.6million pieces. 

With the mintage that high, that means it might be tough to find a rare coin in the series based on the high volume of pieces minted for each date. 

For example, the one that sold recently on eBay is the 1975 date with a “D” mark, which stands for the mint location of Denver. 

The mintage of the 1975-D nickel stands at more than 401million. 

While the mintage might be high, the coin features a unique element. 

According to the listing, the letter "D", which can be found on the obverse, is positioned higher than it should be. 

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In particular, the "D" is located under the “5.” 

Instead, the "D" should be placed next to the right of the “1975” rather than under it. 

As a result, the coin sold for $129.08 after collecting 37 bids. That would mean the nickel is now worth 258,060% its original value. 

However, keep in mind that the value of a coin could depend on grade and condition. 

Rare coins

You may be holding something valuable in your wallet. Check out these articles on rare coins to see if you may have a treasure hidden deep in your pockets.

  • Rare Lincoln penny sells for $201
  • This buffalo nickel sold for $1,165
  • 1971 Eisenhower silver coin sells for $264,000
  • Lincoln double die obverse penny sells for $2,000
  • Half cent sells for $3,383
  • Rare nickel sells for $1,956 on eBay
  • 1889 CC Morgan Silver dollar coin sells for $1,850
  • Lincoln 1992 penny can be worth up to $25,000
  • Standing Liberty quarter sells for $565
  • Lincoln coin minted in 2020 sells for $525

For instance, another 1975 high D mark Jefferson certified by Numismatic Guaranty Company sold for $750 in an auction in February 2019. 

The condition of this coin was “XF 40,” which is described by the grading service as “complete details with minor wear on most of the high points”.

But as always - make sure you're aware of possible fakes online.

To avoid this, make sure you check the seller’s history and whether or not the coin was certified in the listing.

What is your spare change worth?

Know that your nickels aren't the only coins that could be worth a serious mint.

You’ll want to check your change for rare dimes, half dollars, Lincoln pennies, and others because some of these coins might sell for thousands.

The most valuable coins are usually those with a low mintage or an error, as they're deemed the most valuable by collectors.

To check if your coins are worth anything on eBay, search the full name, select the "sold" listing and then toggle the search to "highest value.”

It will give you an idea of the amount of money that the coin is going for.

You can either choose to sell the coin on eBay or through a specialist site such as Coinappraiser or USA Coin Book.

In other rare coin news, a counterfeit Jefferson coin recently sold for more than $400 online.

We've explained the Lincoln VDB, 1992, and 1914 pennies and why they are so valuable.

Plus, we show you how to find rare coins including ones featuring Lincoln.

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