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Frankie Edgar prepared to hit the curve ball

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In Frankie Edgar’s mind, if you can’t adapt, you shouldn’t be fighting.

Edgar, 28, says he gained new confidence in himself with a decisive decision victory over former lightweight champion Sean Sherk in May at UFC 98. He did it by living up to his credo: zigging when Sherk zagged, never being predictable.

After a long and unwanted layoff, another curve ball was thrown his way. His original opponent at The Ultimate Fighter 10 finale, Kurt Pellegrino, hurt his back and withdrew. In his place, Matt Veach stepped in – a virtual unknown coming out of a good camp in Matt Hughes’ H.I.T. squad.

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Post #1   11/25/09 12:12:08PM   

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WAR FRANKIE!

I've liked this kid since I saw his fight with Tyson Griffin and I can't wait to see this next match.

Post #2   11/25/09 12:24:12PM