After putting together three straight wins, former UFC Middleweight Title contender David “The Crow” Loiseau has found himself back in the sights of UFC match maker Joe Silva.
A source close to the UFC has informed MMANews.com that the company is interested in bringing Loiseau back to the Octagon, possibly in his next fight. There is a possibility that Loiseau may have to take one more fight outside of the UFC depending on schedules and potential match ups, but if all goes well “The Crow” could be back sometime over the next few months.
Loiseau made a quiet exit from the UFC in 2006 following a dismal performance against Mike Swick in which he lost a unanimous decision. Prior to that fight he lost to Rich Franklin in a UFC Middleweight title fight that many believe was a significant turning point in his career, for the worst.
Since his departure, Loiseau has won four of six fights, his last two fights being stoppages via (T)KO. His last loss came to UFC newcomer Jason Day, who was given a shot at the big show following the win over Loiseau.
Attempts to reach David were not immediately returned but we will have more on this story as it develops.