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Skyscraper is definitely getting the highs as he's slated to face Big Sexy at the upcoming UFC 124. Aside from GSP and Kos, Struve and McCorkle will surely make the night big time.
A week after Stefan Struve was awarded with a new four fight deal with UFC, Skyscraper is set to get back in Montreal to face Sean McCorkle at UFC 124.
During his time in UFC, Stefan “Skyscraper” Struve got a 4-2 record at 22 years old. Struve got his knockout victory over Christian Morecraft at UFC 117 after a first round struggle. Sean “Big Sexy” McCorkle, meanwhile, is a good prospect with his impressive 10-0 mark. Big Sexy took advantage to make a UFC debut in his home-state, Indiana, and won a first round submission over Mark Hunt. And it looks like McCorkle has a tall test, literally and figuratively, in front of him.
Can McCorkle get pass the Skyscraper? Or will Struve mar Big Sexy’s record for the first time?View Article Source »
From Holland to UFC, Stefan Struve got another four-fight deal from the promotion. With UFC letting Skyscraper stay in the Octagon a bit longer, it seems like the kickboxer in towering many of his opponents.
Last Tuesday, Struve’s management company announced that UFC has signed the up-and-comer Dutch heavyweight Stefan Struve a new four-fight deal. Stefan “Skyscraper” Struve has won four of his last five fights since joining the promotion. With a height of 6-foot-11, Skyscraper is given the distinction of being the tallest fighter in the UFC. The 22-year-old kickboxer is fresh from a Knockout of the Knight performance against Christian Morecraft at UFC 117. He also acquired the Submission of the Night award after giving Chase Gormley a triangle choke at UFC 104. All but two of his 14 career wins came by submission, and another four by knockout.View Article Source »
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