Anthony Perosh Gets Four-Fight UFC Deal

According to infinitemma.com:
Less than 48 hours after his second round TKO loss to Mirko Crocop, Australian MMA fighter Anthony Perosh has secured himself a brand new 4-fight deal with the UFC.

Anthony had previously stated that his goal coming in to 2010 was to rack up enough wins to get back in the UFC again, ironically it was a loss that secured him not only entry back in to the UFC, but a 4 fight deal. On behalf of the Aussie MMA community, we would like to wish Anthony all the best for the rest of 2010 & his return to the UFC.
Congrats Anthony, you earned it.

HT: infinitemma.com, photo via sherdog.com

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