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Josh Koscheck (17-5) vs. Johny Hendricks (12-1)
An intriguing welterweight booking features two fighters with similar skillsets as the former title challenger Koscheck looks to return to the championship mix against the fast-rising phenomenon Hendricks.
Koscheck, 34, a UFC staple since emerging as a finalist on the first season of "The Ultimate Fighter" in 2005, recently underwent drastic changes in his camp.
Following a closely contested split-decision win over Mike Pierce this past February, Koscheck parted ways with his longtime team at the American Kickboxing Academy, establishing his new training grounds at Dethrone Base Camp in Fresno, Calif.
A former NCAA Division I standout, Koscheck has earned victories over the likes of Matt Hughes, Paul Daley, Anthony Johnson, Chris Lytle and Diego Sanchez, while dropping two fights to welterweight juggernaut Georges St. Pierre, a decision against Thiago Alves in 2008 and a flash knockout at the hands of Paulo Thiago in 200...
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Let's lose all our pretensions and get this out of the way straight off: Josh Koscheck is a punk. A no-good, foul-mouthed punk whom nobody should want to win this weekend against the likable, down-home Johny Hendricks.
Maybe it's the heel reputation Koscheck has cultivated since he burst onto the scene in the first season of "The Ultimate Fighter," filling that...
Josh Koscheck is not sure if he respects Johny Hendricks….he plans to figure that out on Saturday night when they clash in the co-main event of UFC on FOX 3. Despite being considered an underdog by many, Koscheck believes that the surging Hendricks is the one who still has a lot to learn. Koscheck does not shy away from the role as the villain as he is out to prove his doubters...
Welterweight Josh Koscheck (Pictured) has long been one of the most disliked athletes on the UFC’s roster, so fans’ disdain for the controversial 34-year-old is likely to hit a fever pitch after seeing the house and toys he owns. As all the cool kids are saying these days, “Haters gonna hate.”
In this week’s edition of FUEL TV’s “UFC Ultimate Insider,” Koscheck...
Apparently, being the villain pays well. Josh Koscheck isn't the most popular of people, among fans and fighters alike, but that doesn't mean he's not living large, pushing luxury cars. Check out this video tour of Mr. Koscheck's crib.[youtube]Xv_BRPIlyN0#![/youtube]
UFC Ultimate Insider takes a trip to Fresno, California to check out welterweight Josh Koscheck’s eight-room, waterfront mansion and all of his awesome rides. Find out why his favorite “ride” is by air, not by land.
Little did the mixed martial arts world know, UFC president Dana White would be handing out top contender monikers like hotcakes during Wednesday’s conference call. Just seconds after confirming a victorious Nate Diaz would earn next dibs at the lightweight crown if he beats Jim Miller on Saturday, White laid out the same stipulation for “UFC on FOX 3’s” co-featured attraction...
The Ultimate Fighting Championship has a stacked four fight main card lined up for their third event on FOX television.
Headlining UFC on FOX 3 will be a pivotal lightweight clash between Nate Diaz and Jim Miller. Diaz will earn a shot at the lightweight title with a win over the tough Miller.
UFC on FOX 3 takes place from the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The main...
That’s one of many bold statements currently emanating from the “Kos” camp …
With 20 fights inside the Octagon under his belt, Josh Koscheck at the age of 34 is one of the most seasoned veterans to compete in the Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC) welterweight division.
Along the way, one of the original “Ultimate Fighters” finally earned his long awaited title shot...
UFC president Dana White has long professed that mixed martial arts is a young man’s game. However, former welterweight top contender Josh Koscheck (Pictured) believes he’s just now hitting his prime at the tender age of 34.
Between his bitter divorce from American Kickboxing Academy to opening up his own gym in Fresno, California to fighting an up-and-coming 28-year-old slugger...
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