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Sean McCorkle Released from the UFC Following Back-to-Back Losses

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Sean McCorkle’s run with the UFC has come to an end.

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Post #1   4/8/11 6:13:19PM   

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No surprise. Oh well, his interviews were fun while they lasted.

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Huh. thought I saw a shooting star, but it was just McCorkle's UFC tenure.

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He lost to a semi nobody, and Stefan Struve. I would say the cut can be fair, but I would have gave him another shot.

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Posted by TS92turbo

He lost to a semi nobody, and Stefan Struve. I would say the cut can be fair, but I would have gave him another shot.



The heavyweight division in the UFC has about fifteen active fighters, so it has less room for keeping on losers.

If McCorkle can't beat Morecraft, whom could he beat? Maybe Beltran, but nobody else.

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Good to hear, he didn't belong there.

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Off to Strikeforce.

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He would be perfect for bellator

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Posted by lohmann


Posted by TS92turbo

He lost to a semi nobody, and Stefan Struve. I would say the cut can be fair, but I would have gave him another shot.



The heavyweight division in the UFC has about fifteen active fighters, so it has less room for keeping on losers.

If McCorkle can't beat Morecraft, whom could he beat? Maybe Beltran, but nobody else.



Eh, I would give Morecraft a little more credit. You have to remember he was putting the beatdown on Struve before the come-from-behind knockout.

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Posted by prozacnation1978

He would be perfect for bellator



TBH, I think Bellator's too good for him.

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Okie Dokie.

Post #11   4/9/11 1:45:17AM   

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Well, he'll have a lot more time to talk smack on The Underground now.

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