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Fit Faber focused on task at hand against Brown

To the concerned fight fan who feels the postponement of WEC 36 did Urijah Faber more harm than good: Faber wants you to know though he could have used the payday, he didn't mind the time off, writes George Willis.

Originally Published: November 4, 2008
By George Willis | Special to ESPN.com

NEW YORK -- The postponement of a fight can often unnerve a fighter who has timed his training, diet and general psyche to peak at a particular time and place. To alter the schedule is akin to flattening a tire and then having to pump it back up to rigidity.

Perfection might not be as easy to achieve the second time around.

When Hurricane Ike threatened South Florida in September, promoters postponed the WEC 36 card featuring Urijah Faber, who was ready to defend his featherweight ...

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