Todd Duffee was one of the most promising up and coming fighters at one point, however after one of the most spectacular comebacks in MMA history, Duffee was KO’d in the third round by Mike Russow. Following the loss, Duffee was forced out of a bout against Jon Madsen, and shortly after, released from the UFC for unknown reasons in 2010.
Duffee fought for Dream in 2010 where he lost to Alistair Overeem, but bounced back two years later with a TKO win over Neil Grove at Super Fight League 2. Several months after his win at Super Fight League 2, the UFC brought Duffee back, where he scored a quick 1st round TKO over Philip De Fries at UFC 155.
After the bout it was discovered that Duffee fought with a serious injury, which was later revealed to be due to Parsonage Turner Syndrome.
Duffee posted on the UnderGround earlier today saying:
I am ready to GO!
Any suggestions the UG has on who they would like me to see me fight next.