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Yesterday 5thRound reported that Matt ?The Hammer? Hamill would be forced to postpone his rematch with Michael ?The Count? Bisping due to a knee injury he suffered prior to UFC 75. Although true, the injury according to Hamill was a ?a relatively minor arthroscopic procedure?. Hamill did confirm that the UFC offered a November rematch, but there was no possible way his knee would heal up in time.
Hamill did go on to say on his website, ?I did tell the UFC that I would be ready by late December and would love to do it in Vegas on 12/29?. Now all we have to do is wait on a response from Michael Bisping, who also is healing up an injury he suffered on his foot while walking down to the Octagon (funny I know).
In his final comments, Hamill responded to Bisping?s post-fight comments that he made during Joe Rogan?s interview with, ?I want this rematch to happen ASAP and even though standing and banging worked out pretty well for me, with my knee 100%, I can take Bisping’s advice, and go back to wrestling!?
Tim?s Take: Looks like we have another huge fight lined up for December 29th, Bisping will obviously not back down to protect his ego and image, while Hamill is saying that he?ll be ready to go as well. The only issue is that the December 29th card is already stacked as it is with Wanderlei Silva?s return to the Octagon, as well as Matt Serra vs. Matt Hughes for the Welterweight title. We might have to wait until the New Year, unless Dana White, Joe Silva and company really want to give the fans an extra treat.
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