It was supposed to be Keith Jardine's first step back to the UFC, but Trevor Prangley had other ideas in mind.
Some tried to label Prangley as a stepping stone for Jardine's eventual return to the Octagon after being cut following his last fight, but the South African fighter training out of American Kickboxing Academy worked a brilliant strategy and came away with a split decision win.
"It's never satisfying to beat a guy like Keith when he's down on his luck and he's trying to make his comeback, I'm trying to make my comeback, we both took a chance," Prangley said after getting his hand raised in victory.
Possibly the biggest question following Shark Fights on Saturday night is where does Keith Jardine go from here? With five losses in a row, the former "Ultimate Fighter" competitor has veered far off track from where he wanted to be after his bout with Prangley, and the answers don’t seem anywhere in sight.
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