UFC veteran Steve Vigneault has suffered an injury which has forced him to withdraw from his upcoming title fight with Jonathan Goulet at TKO 29: Reprecussion. The fight was originally scheduled to take place at TKO 28: Inevitable but again Vigneault was forced to drop the fight when it was announced he injured his knee during training.
According to The Fight Network:
TKO President Stephane Patry is in the process of trying to find a replacement opponent for Goulet. It’s been rumored that Team Tompkins welterweight Chris Clements (4-1-0) might be an option for the “Road Warrior” at TKO 29.
In a recent interview on Fight Opinion Radio, Goulet also made mention of Chris Clements as a possible opponent.
TKO 29 will now be headlined by a middleweight title bout between Patrick “The Predator” Cote (9-4 MMA, 6-0 TKO) and Crafton Wallace (12-3-1 MMA, 0-0 TKO). Crafton Wallace is a tough Muay Thai specialist who has spent time fighting in the UFC, KOTC and AFC. Wallace had a tough run in the UFC going 0-2 with submission losses to Nathan Marquardt and Martin Kampmann. As for Cote, it’s been nearly two years but he is finally ready to return to the organization he once called home.
TKO 29: Reprecussion
Patrick Cote (6-0 TKO) vs. Crafton Wallce (0-0 TKO)
Jonathan Goulet (14-3 TKO) vs. TBA *
David Fraser (0-2 TKO) vs. Steve Bosse (0-0 TKO)
Luke Caudillo (1-0 TKO) vs. Martin Grandmont (3-2 TKO)
Stephane Dube (5-1 TKO) vs. TBA
Steve Claveau (5-5 TKO) vs. TBA
Sid Barnes (0-0 TKO) vs. Eric Leclerc (0-0 TKO)
Valerie Letourneau (0-0 TKO) vs. TBA
Yves Lemelin (1-1 TKO) vs. Steve Pouliot (0-1 TKO)
Jon Mirasty (0-0 TKO) vs. TBA
Brett Pearson (0-0 TKO) vs. TBA
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