Watch MMA Saturday WWE Star Bobby Lashley, Din Thomas Ultimate Chaos PPV

Margus LCorrespondent IJune 25, 2009

MMA fans rejoyce: even though there is no UFC programming this weekend, there is still opportunity to see a live MMA event: Ultimate Chaos MMA is on PPV starting this Saturday, June 27, at 8PM

Fortunately this time Bobby Lashley does not share the arena with boxers (as was the case with March Badness PPV) - so the fight card turns out to be quite decent:

Main Event: Bobby Lashley vs. Bob Sapp

Look for former this WWE star, and the second UFC hopeful after Brock Lesnar, to make a statement - his last performance against Clay Guida's older brother was somewhat lackluster decision win, so this time lets hope for a highlight reel finish against "The Beast"!

Pedro Rizzo vs. Gilbert Yvel

Battle of the heavyweights - very even match up. Winner of this fight gets a chance for a big time in Affliction fight against Paul "The Headhunter" Buentello.

Din Thomas vs. Javier Vasquez

Look for the former UFC lightweight contender to make another highlight reel finish in featherweight division - Din Thomas can finish it with KO or Submission. 145 pounders, be afraid, be very afraid!

Chris Horodecki vs. William Sriyapai

Horodecki is the poster-boy for now defunct IFL - "Polish Hammer" went undefeated for 11 fights until getting defeated in his rematch with Ryan Schultz. Chris has been troubled with injuries - so wish that his return is 100% in this fight.

Tom Atencio vs. Randy Hedderick

This is sure to be the fight where you get your moneys worth, as the Affliction CEO Tom Atencio makes his second appearance in a MMA fight. Overprice T-shirt guy also called out Dana White, but I am sure a lesser man like Randy Hedderick can properly humiliate Atencio and send him back to selling T-shirts on the street.

There are also a few other fights scheduled to be shown: Brett Cooper vs Waachim Spiritwolf, Brandon Harder vs John Harris, James Orso vs Danny Abbadi; so there are sure to be see some good MMA fights and get your $29.95 dollars worth of entertainment.