One of the many fighters scheduled to fight this weekend at UFC 151 who were unable to compete was Josh Koscheck, a welterweight known for his ability to sell fights and scrap inside the Octagon. However, Koscheck’s inactivity was not the result of the show’s cancellation but rather an injury he suffered in early August forcing him out of a fight with Jake Ellenberger at the event.
Koscheck recently went online to update fans on his condition and delivered some good news, as he’s not only doing well but expects to see action again before the calendar rolls over into 2013.
“I’ll be ready to fight by December 29 in Vegas,” Koscheck wrote on Twitter.
“My rehab is going great,” he added.
UFC 155 is currently scheduled for December 29, serving as the organization’s standard year-end event. It is unknown who Koscheck might face though welterweights currently on the roster without anything planned in the coming months include Siyar Bahadurzada, Mike Pyle, and Thiago Alves.
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