Dave Herman isn't your typical fighter.
While most athletes will talk about the rigors of training, the respect they have for all their opponents and how important everything is to them, "Pee-Wee" would rather talk about peanut butter and jelly waffles or his favorite beer.
Herman wasn't originally scheduled to be a part of this weekend's huge heavyweight event, but he was called on to replace an injured Gabriel Gonzaga and the Team Quest combatant gleefully stepped up to the challenge.
It took only 51 seconds for Roy "Big Country" Nelson to get back into the win column against Dave "Pee Wee" Herman at UFC 146 on Saturday. Herman threw push kicks to keep Nelson at a distance for the first few encounters, but it wou... Read Post
LAS VEGAS - The always-serious Dave "Pee Wee" Herman was all business today during open workouts and while discussing the biggest fight of his career, a UFC 146 bout with Roy Nelson. And by business, the boisterous UFC heavyweight d... Read Post
UFC 131 Results: 5 Fights Dave "Pee Wee" Herman Should Take Next Bleacher Report's Blake Dreisbach: Heavyweight prospect Dave "Pee Wee" Herman gave MMA fans a fight to remember in his UFC debut at UFC 131. The 26-year-old defeated J... Read Post