Sean Sherk after being forced to pull out of fights against Jim Miller at UFC 108 and Clay Guida for Versus 1 back in March, former Lightweight champ Sean Sherk will look to rebound off of his poor performance vs Frankie Edgar at UFC 98.
Hoping to further derail the former champ will be Xtreme Couture’s Evan Dunham (11-0, 4-0 UFC).
This looks like a pretty bad match up for Sherk, who will once again be fighting someone with much more reach.
Along with being a southpaw, Dunham has a solid 3″ reach advantage over Sherk. Sean’s head movement is absolutely terrible and with Dunham’s being a lefty, put simply this makes a rough night for Sherk, Dunham should take another step forward in the UFC’s light weight division tonight.