David 'The Crow' Loiseau: The UFC is my home

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"I really feel like (the UFC) is my home. I always had faith [that I would return]. I don’t know how it’s going to be, you know, things change. Of course, there is going to be a lot of Canadian fans in attendance, so I am going to have the home turf advantage, for sure. Maybe they will [remember me], maybe they won’t. But if they don’t, they will see something even better. So, no matter what they remember, they’ll be happy with what they see on the 18th. That’s a given. For now, all I see is Ed Herman, and I am very focused."

Former UFC middleweight contender David Loiseau prepares for his return to the Octagon on April 18 when he faces The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 3 finalist Ed Herman at UFC 97 from The Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. "The Crow," who trains with welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre and Patrick Cote, among others, will make his first appearance inside the Octagon since a unanimous decision loss to Mike Swick at UFC 63 in September 2006. Welcome back.

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