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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-15-2007, 02:05 PM Thread Starter
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Dana Heath to Fight Lyoto

My bad on the title...it David Heath, not Dana

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship has acquired the services of another untarnished fighter in David Heath to face undefeated Ryoto Machida (12-0) at UFC 70 “Nations Collide” in Manchester, England on April 21, UFC president Dana White confirmed to The Fight Network this morning.

Heath, 9-0, replaces Forrest Griffin, who withdrew from the contest yesterday due to a staph infection in his leg.

April 21’s excursion across the pond to the Manchester Evening News Arena will mark Heath’s third visit to the Octagon.

Last August, the Tulsa, Oklahoma native silenced Cory Walmsley (10-1) via a first round submission at UFC 62. In December, Heath backed up his debut with a controversial split decision over Canadian Victor Valimaki (9-3) at UFC Fight Night 8 in San Diego.
Don't know much about him, but he's 9-0. I still doubt it will be a good fight, nowhere near Lyoto vs. Griffin

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-15-2007, 02:08 PM
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shitty, i knew they would put in a guy noone has heard of. Sherdog says hes 7-0 with a victory of sean salmon, so we will see i guess..
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lol...a guy that beat sean salmon is no where near a guy that beat rich franklin and bj penn
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