UFC on Fox 2 Fight Card & Start Times

January 23, 2012
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Powered by Xyience LogoUFC on Fox 2: Evans vs. Davis
Date: January 28, 2012
Venue: United Center
Location: Chicago, Illinois

Main Bouts (on Fox):
-Rashad Evans (16-1-1; #2 Light Heavyweight) vs. Phil Davis (9-0; #7 Light Heavyweight)
-Chael Sonnen (26-11-1; #2 Middleweight) vs. Michael Bisping (22-3; #6 Middleweight)
-Demian Maia (15-3; #8 Middleweight) vs. Chris Weidman (7-0)

Preliminary Bouts (on Fuel TV):
-Evan Dunham (12-2) vs. Nik Lentz (21-4-2)
-Mike Russow (14-1) vs. Jon Olav Einemo (6-2)
-Cub Swanson (15-5) vs. George Roop (12-8-1)
-Charles Oliveira (14-2) vs. Eric Wisely (19-6)
-Michael Johnson (9-6) vs. Shane Roller (10-5)
-Joey Beltran (13-6) vs. Lavar Johnson (15-5)

Preliminary Bout (on Facebook):
-Chris Camozzi (15-5) vs. Dustin Jacoby (6-1)

-Johnny Bedford (18-9-1) vs. Mitch Gagnon (8-1)

UFC on Fox 2: Evans vs. Davis Start Times:
Prelim on Facebook: 4:30 pm. ET/1:30 p.m. PT (Live)
Prelims on Fuel TV: 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT (Live)
Main Card on Fox: 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT (Live)

  • Shouldn’t Munoz/Sonnen be on here by now?

    • Zuffa would be foolish to make that fight happen and risk the huge money maker that is Silva – Sonnen II.

      • Guess they’re willing to gamble. Fight just got announced today.

  • chrislovely

    Munoz vs. Sonnen will make the fight between Silva and Sonnen that much better. Especially after Sonnen destroys Munoz and everybody really believes Sonnen can beat Silva! Can you imagine Silva vs. Sonnen2 in Brazil and there’s a chance that the Spider is going to get beat.

  • VitoCapone

    Mike Russow is a hard-headed wildman that is SO underrated. Everyone thought Todd Duffee would walk through this guy….WRONG!

    • MikeMc1983

      I thought he did walk right through him, but then tripped on his way out of the cage?
      Could be the wrong fight I’m remembering though.

  • Dyldozer16

    I feel like Bisping is going to walk right through Maia. I hope Maia has been working on his wrestling or this is gonna be an ugly night for him.

  • VitoCapone

    I agree Dyldozer. Maia is pretty one-dimensional. His Jitz is insane but, his stand-up isn’t all that great. I would like to see Maia win. If Bisping uses wrestling Maia could catch him in a triangle or an armbar. Although, I don’t see that being the outcome. I’m interested in the Evans/Davis fight the most I think. I am curious how well Rashad will do but, more curious where Davis fits in the division. Sonnen/Munoz could be better than most may think. Munoz should be able to keep it on the feet. I feel Munoz hands are better. Sonnen, has been fighting a higher level group of fighters, which gives him the better odds.

  • VitoCapone

    Ok, this card just got all switched up. I’m thinking, this should have been the fight in the first place. Sonnen/Bisping is very interesting. Sonnen has the wrestling to hold Bisping down and beat him up. Bisping has good hands and descent takedown defense. I am not really interested in Sonnen/Silva as I am Bisping/Silva. I’m not a fan of either fighter so I’m not even making a pick.

  • Zomb711

    Sonnen vs Bisping is going to be a repeat of Henderson vs Bisping. Feeding the paper champ to the wolfs! They always hype Bisping up and he usually happens to dodge anyone in the top 10. I will have my popcorn and enjoy a serious ass wupin on a guy who spits in people’s corner and is an angry, pompous jerk. At least 8 out of 9 of these other top 10 middle weights will destroy this paper champ at who is at #6. How is he #6?

    1. Anderson Silva
    2. Chael Sonnen
    3. Yushin Okami
    4. Vitor Belfort
    5. Nathan Marquardt
    (6. Michael Bisping)
    7. Mark Munoz
    8. Demian Maia
    9. Brian Stann
    10. Rousimar Palhares