Two fights finalize UFC 68 card

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Two lightweight match ups complete the UFC 68: "The Uprising" card, which is scheduled for March 3 in Columbus, Ohio, according to

Gleison Tibau will take on Jason Dent, and Jamie Varner will clash with newcomer Jason Gilliam in two 155 showdowns that will most likely never make the pay-per-view (PPV) broadcast.

That's because the the top-half of this card is loaded with marquee names, including Tim Sylvia, Randy Couture, Matt Hughes, Rich Franklin, Renato "Babalu" Sobral and Jon Fitch, among others.

Here's the official card:

Hvywt.: Tim Sylvia (23-2) vs. Randy Couture (14-8)
170 lb.: Matt Hughes (40-5) vs. Chris Lytle (22-13-5)
185 lb.: Rich Franklin (20-2) vs. Jason MacDonald (18-7)
205 lb.: Renato "Babalu" Sobral (27-6) vs. Jason Lambert (22-6)
170 lb.: Jon Fitch (12-2) vs. Luigi Fioravanti (10-1)
185 lb.: Martin Kampmann (14-2) vs. Drew McFedries (5-1)
205 lb.: Matt Hamill (2-0) vs. Rex Holman (4-1)
155 lb.: Gleison Tibau (11-4) vs. Jason Dent (12-7)
155 lb.: Jamie Varner (11-2) vs. Jason Gilliam (9-0)

Reports indicate that tickets for the first-ever UFC event in the Buckeye State are sold out. However, that doesn't mean you still can't purchase seats.

Check out -- a ticket broker -- if you don't want to miss what should be a solid show.

Better than UFC 67, anyway ...

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