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Frank 'the Crank' the face of Guam's anti gender violence campaign

Frank 'the Crank' the face of Guam's anti gender violence campaign

Updated 7 August 2014, 9:22 AEST

In Guam, a campaign to fight violence against women is putting young men at the forefront of the issue.

The Random Women's Rally is asking guys to 'Man Up' and take an oath against causing harm to women.

MMA, or Mixed Martial Arts, fighter Frank 'the Crank' Camacho is the face of the campaign, urging young men to leave the fight in the cage.

He says it didn't take much to get him involved.

Presenter: Richard Ewart

Speaker: Frank 'the Crank' Camacho, Mixed Martial Arts fighter & face of Guam's 'Man Up' campaign

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