Demetrious Johnson vs Ian McCall staredown pic from UFC on FX 3 weigh ins

Demetrious Johnson (left) and Ian McCall face off at the UFC on FX 3 weigh ins.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) capped off today's (June 7, 2012) weigh in event for UFC on FX 3 with a face-to-face showdown between Demetrious Johnson vs. Ian McCall, who slug it out for the second time this year for the right to square off against Joseph Benavidez.

Both "Mighty Mouse" and "Uncle Creepy" are vying for a shot at "Joe B. Wan Kenobi" for the promotion's first-ever 125-pound title, starting with tomorrow night's (June 8) main event booked for the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, Florida.

The action begins at 9 p.m. ET LIVE on the FX Channel. Remember to follow along with your fellow Maniacs on fight night and share your two cents on all the live mixed martial arts (MMA) action right here.

Trying to overshadow the main event in "The Sunshine State" will be a pair of welterweight bouts, starting with Erick Silva as he tries to prove the hype is real against Charlie Brenneman while Josh Neer looks to keep his six-fight winning streak alive against Mike Pyle.

Those staredowns after the jump.

Erick Silva vs. Charlie Brenneman:

Mike Pyle vs. Josh Neer:

If you missed any of today's UFC on FX 3 weigh ins you can get complete results by clicking here and for the latest "Johnson vs. McCall" news and notes check out our comprehensive event archive right here.

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