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Ed Herman caught Tim Credeur with a brutal uppercut that dropped him and followed up with enough ground and pound to force a quick stoppage to their Ultimate Fighter 13 Finale. The fight lasted a mere 0:46 seconds.
Herman made an emphatic statement that he is back in a fairly moribund middleweight division after a year long layoff.
Herman came into the fight after a long knee-injury induced lay off. Previous to that he lost three of four against some of the middleweight division's best including Demian Maia and Alan Belcher. He was a competitor on season three of The Ultimate Fighter.
Credeur was a veteran of season seven of The Ultimate Fighter and went 3-1 in the UFC before a brain condition necessitated a 2 year layoff.
It will be interesting to see where Herman goes from here. Credeur might want to take another hiatus.