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The Dean of the Unemployment Line

sportsgenius862010-06-26 07:13:45 +0000 #1
Keith Jardine has been cut from the UFC

www.mmafighting.com/...t-after-recent-loss/

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Originally Posted by Mike Chiapetta

After five years, 13 fights and four straight losses, Keith Jardine's tenure with the UFC is over.

UFC President Dana White confirmed to MMA Fighting that the company has cut ties with the Ultimate Fighter season two alumni after his recent majority decision loss to Matt Hamill at last Saturday's TUF 11 finale.

"It sucks," White said. "I have nothing but respect for him and I hope to see him back soon."

Loiseau got cut, too, but nobody cares I'm sure.
BulldogWrestler2010-06-26 07:24:52 +0000 #2
Jardine will be back after he racks up a couple of wins.
sportsgenius862010-06-26 07:56:51 +0000 #3
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Originally Posted by BulldogWrestler

Jardine will be back after he racks up a couple of wins.

I feel the same way.
Best80smovieRAD2010-06-26 08:20:55 +0000 #4
Quote:

Originally Posted by BulldogWrestler

Jardine will be back after he racks up a couple of wins.

so he's never coming back???
bhorrrr2010-06-26 08:13:01 +0000 #5
apparently, SG's been cut, too? i must've missed something.

anyway, i think lhw is one of the ufc's strongest divisions. the only one of value they don't have is mousasi, and he'll probably be there soon enough. and i said that to say this, jardine loses, but he usually loses to top-tier guys. he should be able to string together however many wins it takes to get back in. there's no one outside of the ufc to beat him. (i don't think houston alexander would take a rematch.. but he might)
Buckery2010-06-26 09:05:30 +0000 #6
How long before Scott Coker throws his hat into the ring, or at all?

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