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As one of the most successful stars to come from The Ultimate Fighter, Mike Swick is a popular star known for his rapid-fire attack and 70-percent finishing rate inside the Octagon.
However, when put in the pressure cooker, "Quick" wilts quickly.
The first example of this came in 2007, back when Swick was a budding star in the middleweight division. After scoring five consecutive wins, including a victory over former title contender David Loiseau, the Team AKA fighter was booked in a high-profile matchup with Yushin Okami.
Okami was able to shut Swick down and win a unanimous decision.
After dropping to welterweight, Swick climbed the divisional ladder quickly with four impressive victories. Boasting a 9-1 in the UFC, it looked as if the TUF star was ready for a title eliminator.
The second chance for Mike came at UFC 105 in a matchup with Dan Hardy. In a major upset, Hardy rocked Swick in the early part of the fight, and he never fully recovered en route to another decision loss.