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Tim Credeur to return on Dec. 10 at UFC Fights for the Troops

The Ultimate Fighter 7 contestant Tim Creduer will make his return to the octagon on December 10th at “UFC Fight Night 16: UFC Fights for the Troops”, the event is expected to take place at Fort Bragg in North Carolina

A source close to the fighter today spoke with and confirmed Creduer’s return at the event against undefeated Nate Loughran.

Both fighters made their UFC debuts on July 19th at UFC Fight Night 14. Credeur defeated fellow TUF 7 cast mate Cale Yarbrough via TKO in the first round, while Loughran had a successful outing by submitting Johnny Rees .

“UFC Fight Night 16: UFC Fights for the Troops” will benefit the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which pays tribute and supports the families of fallen soldiers. The event was announced before the main event between Nate Diaz and Josh Neer at UFC Fight Night 15 in Omaha, Neb.

  • Sabotage says:

    If Tim Creduer is still training at Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas, I expect big things.

    Train with the best to be the best!

    Makes sense to me but some fighters choose to stay in camps with outdated fighting techniques given the advancement in mixed martial arts over the past decade. Sorry but this is not 1993 at McNichols Sports Arena anymore.

  • Batman says:

    I hope Joe Silva gives Tim a push, i like this guy he has potential to be a star. Joe silva should give him Nate Quarry to see if he is for real or not.

  • Jeremy says:

    Good fight. Loughran is a pretty good prospect and Tim certainly looked good in his last fight, grant Cale isn’t on the same level as him.

  • Robert says:

    This fight card is shaping up as a TUF reunion show for the most part.I can’t imagine too many people are making sure they don’t miss this show.

  • Patrick says:

    God I hope Tim doesn’t go on and on about how amazing his stand-up is. In any case, looking forward to seeing what comes of this card.

  • ragefightingwear says:

    this will end up being a very good card!


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