Light heavyweight greats Rashad Evans and Dan Henderson will attempt to return to title contention on Saturday, when they will meet at UFC 161 in Winnipeg, Canada.
After coming up short in a title shot against former teammate and current champion Jon Jones, Evans suffered a big setback in an upset loss to Antonio Rogerio Nogueira. Coming off of what could be considered the worst performance of his career, Evans may have had a wake-up call. Then again, he could also continue his downward trend against Henderson.
Scheduled to fight Jones at UFC 151, Henderson suffered a knee injury that cost him the title shot. Upon his return, Henderson met Lyoto Machida and failed to earn back his chance at UFC gold by dropping a decision.
In addition to the 205-pound main event, UFC 161 will feature a number of competitive bouts that will hopefully make up for the loss of the fight card's original main event between interim bantamweight champion Renan Barao and Eddie Wineland.
Here is how MMA fans can tune in to watch every portion of the UFC 161 fight card.
YouTube Prelims: 7 p.m. ET
Mitch Clarke vs. John Maguire
Yves Jabouin vs. Dustin Pague
YouTube prelims will be shown on the above video player. Follow the link to the UFC's official YouTube page.
FX Prelims: 8 p.m. ET
Jake Shields vs. Tyron Woodley
Sam Stout vs. Jame Krause
Sean Pierson vs. Kenny Robertson
Roland Delorme vs. Edwin Figueroa
Contact your cable provider for more information on how to watch FX on your television.
UFC 161 Pay-Per-View: 10 p.m. ET
Rashad Evans vs. Dan Henderson
Roy Nelson vs. Stipe Miocic
Ryan Jimmo vs. Igor Pokrajac
Alexis Davis vs. Rosi Sexton
Pat Barry vs. Shawn Jordan
You can purchase the pay-per-view via the above YouTube player. Follow the link to the UFC's official YouTube page.