Russow had won 11 consecutive fights, including four inside the Octagon, when he was stopped by Fabricio Werdum last June. He looks to rebound against Jordan, who also suffered his first UFC loss over the summer.
Jordan came up short against Cheick Kongo at UFC 149 in a bout that he took on short notice. The performance was critically panned due to the clinch-heavy strategy utilized by "The Savage," and some called for his UFC release after the loss.
Both men are in need of a win on Saturday night, but unfortunately, only one man can have his arm raised.
Here is a head-to-toe breakdown of Mike Russow vs. Shawn Jordan.