Josh Koscheck Returns at UFC 184 against the currently streaking Neil Magny to see what is left in the gas tank.
Josh Koscheck Returns back to the division he once sat in the top three at, but will it be a return to triumph?
One of the last standing veterans of UTF 1 returns to the cage. Josh Koscheck Returns early next year at the ripe young age of 37 years old and will have had well over a year off. UFC 184 takes place on February 28th in Los Angeles, California. The event is headlined by two title fights. The first is Chris Weidman finally facing off with Vitor Belfort after a year of failed attempts and trash talk. Ronda Rousey puts her belt on the line again against a long time rival in number one contender Cat Zingano. Josh Koscheck is not the only long time UFC fighter returning with Frank Mir on the card.
Josh Koscheck fought for the title only four years ago. From there, he won two fight and his first of three losses was a split decision, many thought he won, against current Welterweight champion Johnny Hendricks. Next, he was knocked out by number one contender Robbie Lawler and top three Welterweight Tyron Woodley. He is losing to the best, but if he losses against Magny he may be at the end of his career.
Niel Magny slid his way into this big fight after having one of the best years of any fighter in the UFC. That was not expected of him after going 1-2 after his stint on TUF. Luckily, 2014 was a new year, and he won five straight fights including two knockout finishes. Now, the biggest fight of his career looms, and with the potential to win six straight fights he could find a seed into the top ten of his division. The question is if he can do it when Josh Koscheck Returns.