For the first time in a long time, Sherk's not a headliner. And he's not happy about it.
He's on the undercard of Saturday's UFC 90, where he'll face Tyson Griffin -- one of the UFC's top young 155-pounders -- in one of the more important fights of his career. Five months ago, current lightweight champ B.J. Penn stopped him in the third round of their highly anticipated bout in May via TKO.
Sherk calls his upcoming fight against Griffin "a must-must win" that could get help him back to the top of the division. Link