Ed Herman is headed into the most important fight of his career when he steps into the Octagon against former Strikeforce champion Jake Shields at UFC 150 in Denver.

He knows the pressure to perform is on and that everyone considers him the underdog in the fight. That’s okay, as he says, he’s always been the underdog and probably always will be, but as long as he keeps winning, Herman can’t be denied.

Check out what Ed Herman had to say at the UFC 150 open workouts in Denver…



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