Tim Means will fight Sabah Homasi at UFC 202

ALBUQURQUE (KRQE)- It has been a bumpy ride for UFC Welterweight, and FIT NHB trained Tim Means. The fighter has been out of the octagon for over 8 months since his controversial suspension from the sport after a failed drug test. Tim proved his innocence and was set to fight Sean Strickland on August 20th in UFC 202, but then Strickland was forced to pull out from a knee injury.

Last week Tim was supplied with an opponent for that UFC 202 card and will now be fighting Sabah Homasi. He is riding a 3 fight win streak, but expect 25-7 Tim Means to come out and leave everything he has in the cage.

“I have nothing to lose in this fight, you know I have already lost it and now I got it back, so I am going for it,” said Means. “There is a saying that goes around, the brave gets rewarded. So, I have been brave in all of my fights and brave in life in general and now I understand that concept. I am coming to Vegas to go for it.”

UFC 202 is going down next Saturday in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will be shown live on Pay per View.

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