Sunday, November 23, 2008

Pee Wee Herman Wins Again

Emerging heavyweight prospect Dave "Pee Wee" Herman recorded a win over Chris Guillen at a King of Kombat event this Saturday. Herman stopped Guillen at 1:36 of the first round, landing shots to put Guillen to his knees, eventually earning the TKO stoppage.

With the win, Herman is now 13-0, with four straight TKO's in 2008. Under the Elite XC banner, Herman defeated Mario Rinaldi, Ron Waterman and Kerry Schall. Now Herman believes he is free of his Elite XC contract, and stated on Inside MMA that he is looking to get one fight deals and a possible fight in Japan.

Herman, at 6'5", 245 pounds, is a towering heavyweight with natural fighting ability. He is the most intriguing heavyweight prospect out there right now with a wrestling pedigree from University of Indiana coupled with a solid Muay Thai game. Herman doesn't like to delve into his background or training in his interviews. After the Schall fight, he basically said he trained with Frank Mir for a week and trained the rest in his garage. An interesting character to say the least that will be making big money soon enough.

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