Remember when the UFC's deal with FOX was announced and everyone worried that the fights made for free television wouldn't exactly be anything worthwhile? Turns out those fears were unfounded.
That's because UFC on Fox 2, which is scheduled for the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, on Jan. 28, 2012, is bringing a triple main event to network TV. In the headlining bout, Rashad Evans will look to earn a shot at Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones when he battles undefeated wrestler Phil Davis.
In the co-main event, Chael Sonnen continues his crusade on the middleweight division with another bout against a buddy, as he'll look to take Mark Munoz out of the 185-pound championship chase.
Anderson Silva awaits the winner.
Finally, British banger Michael Bisping will square off against Brazilian jiu-jitsu ace Demian Maia for the right to be next in line for a title shot against whoever is holding the middleweight title when Sonnen, Munoz and Silva settle up.
It's a hell of a card, Maniacs. And it's free. Can't beat that.
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