Stand back: UFC broadcasting in 3D with Versus event on March 3


UFC on Versus 3: "Sanchez vs. Kampmann" will be coming at you from the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky, on March 3.

No, seriously, it will be coming at you.

Sports Business Daily brings word that Versus has made plans to bring in an entirely new production crew in order to broadcast the upcoming event in 3D.

And don't call it a comeback but Todd Harris is reportedly set to do commentary for the show's 3D broadcast with a dieting Kenny Florian stepping in as color man.

Comcast, Cox, Verizon, Massillon Cable, Blue Ridge and Armstrong are the cable distributors currently signed on to deliver the historic broadcast.

That's not at the expense of the HD viewing pleasure; they also have a few plans for that, as well.

In addition to the regular broadcast, HD viewers will be treated to a split screen during commercials, in which they will air footage from the locker rooms and give air time to fighters during their respective entrances.

Sponsors rejoice.

UFC on Versus 3 will feature a headlining fight of reborn welterweight badass Diego Sanchez attempting to continue his career resurgence at the expense of Danish kickboxer Martin Kampmann.

C.B. Dollaway will sling some heavy leather against wrestling standout Mark Munoz in the co-main event, while former WEC wrecking machine Brian Bowles will take on Damacio Page.

For the current UFC on Versus 3 fight card and line-up click here.

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