"You know they say 'A God makes no mistakes,' so I just rolled with it and accepted what happened. At first, I was a little upset but you have to accept it and move forward. I'm very motivated, very grateful the UFC took me back and I'm looking forward to putting on a great performance. I will be much more effective. What you think about, you bring about. I'm focusing on the good times ahead and the great times coming up."
Former number one middleweight contender David Loiseau will get yet another shot at redemption inside the Octagon when he takes on Mario Miranda this Saturday (June 12) at UFC 115 from the GM Place in Vancouver. "The Crow" was activated by the UFC to replace Nick Catone against John Salter on May 8 in Montreal; however, the Quebec Athletic Commission took their sweet time in granting the Canadian a license, forcing the UFC to put him on hold and call up another ex-Zuffa employee, Jason MacDonald. Now that Loiseau's affairs are in order and has been cleared to fight, can he finally realize his full potential? Or will it be one and done with a Miranda win? Early predictions?