Josh Koscheck Off UFC 109 With Injury; Mike Swick Steps In

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Josh Koscheck Off UFC 109 With Injury; Mike Swick Steps In

The injuries that have ravaged recent UFC cards continue as now Josh Koscheck is out of UFC 109.  Per MMAFighting.com:

Josh Koscheck has been forced to pull out of his UFC 109 bout against Paulo Thiago due to an undisclosed injury. The bout was scheduled to take place on Feb. 6.

Koscheck confirmed the news via his twitter page.

Mike Swick has stepped in to replace his teammate on the show.

Koscheck/Thiago always was just a fight to get a nasty recent loss off Josh's record and put him in a position to fight Georges St. Pierre later in 2010.  Now we've got Swick stepping in to attempt and recover from his decision loss to Dan Hardy.

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