The Biggest Loser UFC 162 Edition


A fight between two heavyweights looking to keep their employment will be taking place at UFC 162 in Las Vegas.

Dave Herman truly has his back against the wall going into this bout. It’s publicly known that he got out of rehab for testing positive for marijuana metabolites. He is also on a three fight losing streak to Stefan Struve, Roy Nelson, and Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira. The UFC has done everything they can to help shape Dave Herman up. Now he just needs a win to save his career.


Shane Del Rosario is currently on a two fight losing streak. Being defeated by Stipe Miocic and Pat Barry. He was undefeated prior to joining the UFC with a record of 11-0. He is winless in the UFC and another loss could result in him being cut.

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  • Evan Stoumbelis

    Well said, I agree with Dave Herman 100% he needs to get it together for this fight, and I hope he does!

    • It’s a interesting match up. It would be nice to see either one of them come out with a win. It’s also a pretty good way of ensuring one of their losing streaks is broken 🙂

      • Evan Stoumbelis

        Hahah yes it is, I’ve gotta give it to Herman, he went in there against Nog, not many guys can do that, he may not have won, but it showed heart.

        • Christopher Reza

          And as some may wish, having heart doesn’t always get you where you want sadly.
          Was a great outcome though indeed.