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UFC 124 Slates Hazelett vs Bocek

Written on September 16, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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Something sweet is being slated in UFC 124 for the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fans. Dustin "McLovin" Hazelett is picking up some size for the lightweight and will face Mark Bocek. Will the Grappler Whiz makes a laudable comeback?

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fans will be in for a treat at UFC 124, as Grappling Whiz Dusting Hazelett will make a lightweight division comeback against Mark Bocek. Known as one of the slickest grappler in the UFC, Dustin “McLovin” Hazelett has acquired handful Submission of the Night awards to prove it. With a current record of 12-6; McLovin was forced out of action due to an injury, after a submission victory over Tamden McCory in UFC 91. He re-appeared more than a year later, but was unfortunately lost to Paul Daley at UFC 108. Still, glad to welcome him in the division is the Jiu Jitsu black belt — Mark Bocek. Anchoring a record of 4-3, Bocek has picked up some superb triumphs along the way. His defeats have only come from top lightweights like Frankie Edgar and Jim Miller. And this man from Canada is in for the match to make his motherland proud.

The Hazelett vs Bocek fight will likely be a part of the un-televised portion of the December 11 card. Still, the promotion hasn’t made any official statement regarding UFC 124 as of the moment.

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