The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Monday confirmed the remainder of its UFC 121 fight card, featuring UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar defending his belt against top contender Cain Velasquez.
To bolster its return to the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., the UFC confirmed that the remaining bouts at UFC 121 include Court McGee vs. Ryan Jensen, Patrick Cote vs. Tom Lawlor, Mike Guymon vs. Daniel Roberts, Sam Stout vs. Paul Taylor, Chris Camozzi vs. Dongi Yang, and Jon Madsen vs. Gilbert Yvel.
The UFC hasn’t graced the Honda Center since UFC 76 in September of 2007. The card featured Keith Jardine winning a decision over Chuck Liddell in the main event and Forrest Griffin submitting Mauricio “Shogun” Rua in the co-main event.
UFC 76 took place just prior to the economic collapse in America, drawing 13,770 fans for gate receipts of $1.985 million. Like that event, UFC 121 features one of the promotion’s premier stars, so it should be an interesting comparison to see how the Oct. 23 event compares to UFC 76 on that front.