Do you "like" the UFC on Facebook?
If so, you'll be entitled to a free stream of all six of the preliminary card fights at the upcoming Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 13 Finale on June 4 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The promotion brought word of the good news via its official Twitter account.
This is the third consecutive event UFC has offered each and every fight on the card, starting with the mega-show that was UFC 129: "St. Pierre vs. Shields" in Toronto.
And while no announcement has been made to say this will be the norm from here on out, it certainly appears as though the free Facebook preliminary stream isn't going away anytime soon.
Who's complaining, right?
The TUF 13 Facebook "Prelims" special will feature a bevy of interesting match-ups.
Josh Grispi and George Roop will square off in a big rebound fight for both men. "The Fluke" coming off a crushing loss to Dustin Poirier in which he surrendered his number one contendership to Jose Aldo's 145-pound title after a three round, 15 minute beating.
That was just the second loss of the 22-year old's career, snapping a 10 fight winning streak.
This is essentially a must-win fight for George Roop, who's 11-7-1 record doesn't exactly inspire confidence in his employment status with the world's largest fight promotion.
The Team Tompkins product has bounced around from lightweight to featherweight to bantamweight and right back up to 145-pounds. His debut in the UFC lasted all of a minute and a half, as he fell to the heavy hands of current division title challenger Mark Hominick.
Will a loss send Roop to the unemployment line? Or perhaps to yet another weight class?
In lightweight action, Jeremy Stephens will sling leather against Danny Downes. "Lil Heathen" retired Marcus Davis from the Octagon when he airmailed the New England native back to "Vacationland" via third round knockout at UFC 125 earlier this year.
Downes, a product of the famed Roufusport gym up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, recently made headlines for taking a fight outside the Octagon, despite being under contract to the UFC.
It was a major risk but one the stand-up specialist felt was well worth taking.
It paid off when he submitted Tory Bogguess via triangle in the very first round on May 6. His reward is a potential main card bout against longtime veteran Jeremy Stephens.
Time to make some noise.
Also on tap for the "Prelims" special, will be a bantamweight brouhaha pitting Scott Jorgensen vs. Ken Stone.
It was the Boise banger's first defeat since a June 2009 split decision loss to Antonio Banuelos and snapped a five-fight winning streak.
Can he reload and finish the rolling Stone?
The American Top Team (ATT) standout made his Zuffa debut against Eddie Wineland at the WEC's final show in Dec. 2010. Unfortunately Stone was dropped into the annals of highlight reel history when Wineland stiffened him with a fight-ending slam.
A loss on June 4 could be his last under the banner of the world's largest fight promotion.
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