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Pic: Brad Pickett posts Ian McCall's shady medical records after injured 'Uncle Creepy' withdraws from UFC Fight Night 37

I have a feeling Pickett has violated some type of HIPAA law.

Mark Kolbe

UFC Fight Night 37, which is set to go down at O2 Arena in London, England, on March 8, 2014, is now missing the flyweight bout featuring Ian McCall and Brad Pickett.

During a media event earlier this week, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White dropped the news that "Uncle Creepy" had been forced to withdraw, something "One Punch" claims he knew would happen from the beginning.

He even suspects McCall is faking it, and today revealed (via Twitter) the shocking medical records to back it up:


Looks legit.

Pickett is likely anxious to enter the Octagon following losses in two of his last three fights against Eddie Wineland and Michael McDonald, and could still potentially fight in March as ZUFFA is reportedly searching for a new opponent.

This is not the first change to befall the London event, as Ross Pearson was set to re-do his scrap against Melvin Guillard prior to resigning because of injury.

Guillard now takes on Michael Johnson.

UFC Fight Night 37, which will air on the promotion's new "Fight Pass" digital network, will feature a light heavyweight main event between Alexander Gustafsson and Jimi Manuwa.

See the entire UFC Fight Night 37: "Gustafsson vs. Manuwa" fight card and line up here.

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