Wild brawl, take two.
Wily luck Leonard Garcia will make good on his promise to give Nam Phan an immediate rematch, as the two have been booked to once again throw leather at UFC Fight Night 24 in Seattle on March 26, according to MMAWeekly.com.
Garcia is loved by (most) fans for his exciting rock 'em sock 'em style. Although many of those same fans decry "Bad Boy's" uncanny ability to persuade the judges to rule in his favor in extremely close fights.
The latest victim of "The Garcia Split" was Nam Phan at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 12 Finale last December. The two went back and forth for three thrilling rounds before the judges inexplicably ruled in favor of Garcia.
Company President Dana White agreed with fans that Phan was robbed and paid him his win bonus to go along with his show money. Now he'll give him the chance to get in the cage and do something he couldn't do the first time -- finish the job.
Phan started his career at a blistering pace, going 5-0 in the year 2005 alone. However, he's gone just 4-6 in his last ten fights. Hardly UFC worthy, right?
Not so fast.
The California native worked his way into the TUF house for the tenth installment of the show and did enough to earn himself a fight on the Finale card against Garcia.
One exciting fight and a controversial decision later and record be damned, of course he was going to be asked back to do it one more time.
Here's to hoping they replicate the first performance, albeit with a much clearer outcome.
UFC Fight Night 24 is scheduled for March 26 in Seattle and will feature a main event of "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" Tito Ortiz attempting to revive his career at the expense of Antonio Rogerio Nogueira.
Keep it locked right here at MMAMania.com for any updates on this still developing fight card.