UFC 121: Lesnar vs Velasquez Official Fight CardCategory: MMA
At the main event of UFC 121, Cain Velasquez looks to become the first Mexican heavyweight champion.
LIVE from the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, USA this October 23, 2010, he will have to face current champion Brock Lesnar inside the Octagon.
In the co-main event, former Strikeforce Middleweight Champion Jake Shields makes his UFC debut opposite Martin Kampmann.
Here’s the official UFC 121 fight card loaded with big name stars like Tito Ortiz and Diego Sanchez.
Main card (to be televised on pay-per-view)
* Heavyweight Championship bout: Brock Lesnar (c) vs Cain Velasquez
* Welterweight bout: Jake Shields vs Martin Kampmann
* Welterweight bout: Diego Sanchez vs Paulo Thiago
* Light Heavyweight bout: Tito Ortiz vs Matt Hamill
* Heavyweight bout: Brendan Schaub vs Gabriel Gonzaga
Preliminary Card (to be televised on Spike TV)
* Middleweight bout: Court McGee vs Ryan Jensen
* Middleweight bout: Patrick Côté vs Tom Lawlor
Preliminary Card (non-televised)
* Welterweight bout: Mike Guymon vs Daniel Roberts
* Lightweight bout: Sam Stout vs Paul Taylor
* Middleweight bout: Chris Camozzi vs Dong Yi Yang
* Heavyweight bout: Jon Madsen vs Gilbert Yvel
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