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Brian Ebersole, Likely to Replace Carlos Condit at UFC 127

Written on February 12, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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After Carlos Condit withdraws from the UFC 127 card due to a knee injury, the promotion has tapped Brian Ebersole to face Chris Lytle in the upcoming event.

Former WEC welterweight champion, Carlos Condit, incurred a knee injury that forced him to withdraw from his upcoming UFC 127 match against Chris Lytle. And likely to step in his stead is the MMA veteran, Brian Ebersole.

Brian Ebersole will make his UFC debut, as he face Chris Lytle in lieu of Carlos Condit. Now residing in Australia, the 11-year MMA veteran rides a seven-fight winning streak, including a notable victory over Carlos Newton at Impact FC 1 last July. Brian Ebersole holds 19 career victories by submission, and has never been knocked out.

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UFC 127 Scraps Carlos Condit Due to Knee Injury

Written on February 10, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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Sorry fans, but Carlos Condit will be out of the UFC 127 picture. Blame his knee injury for that!

Carlos Condit’s hope to lock horns with Chris Lytle at UFC 127 has been dashed due to a knee injury. It is said that Carlos Condit will be out of action for at least a month, being unable to compete inside the Octagon.

As of the moment, UFC has not found any replacement for the former WEC champion to fight against Chris Lytle in the upcoming UFC 127.

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Ed Herman Leaves Team Quest to Put Up a New Gym

Written on August 25, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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"I'm just now getting back to some light training. I really wanted to take my time and let this heal right, and we're about to open our gym, so it works out perfect." - Ed Herman

UFC middleweight Ed Herman revealed that he has left Team Quest and plans to open a new gym with Ryan Schultz in Fort Collins, Colorado. While planning, he’s nursing his back-to-back knee injuries and looking forward to train full-bore in November. If all goes well, he’s eying to return to the Octagon in the first quarter of next year.

The 29-year-old fighter damaged his ACL and meniscus while fighting Aaron Simpson at UFC 102 in Portland, Oregon almost a year ago. He underwent surgery on September of last year, and got it re-injured during a routine training session four months after. Meaning, he got a lot of time to think while sitting on the couch. Prior to plans of leaving Team Quest, Herman and Schultz were coaches in the gyms’ student program. The two guys hope to open their new gym by October. As for his career, “Short Fuse” is anticipating to return on February or March next year.

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