UFC 132 Fight Card: Two More Fights Made Official
The UFC has officially made two more bouts official for UFC 132 in Las Vegas on July 4th weekend.
The card is headlined by a rematch between bantamweights Dominick Cruz and Urijah Faber for the UFC bantamweight title. It's the most highly anticipated bantamweight title fight in recent history.
Another bantamweight fight is now also set to take place, after being rumored for the past week. Brian Bowles will face Takeya Mizugaki at UFC 132.
Bowles is coming off of a submission victory over Damacio Page last month at UFC on Versus 3 in Kentucky. Bowles earned "Submission of the Night" honors for his guillotine choke victory on Page.
Mizugaki also fought at UFC on Versus 3 against Reuben Duran, earning a split decision victory.
Also set to take place is a welterweight showdown between Carlos Condit and Dong Hyun Kim.
Condit is on a three-fight win streak, with his most recent win coming last October, when he knocked out Dan Hardy at UFC 120 to garner "Knockout of the Night" honors.
Kim last fought Nate Diaz at UFC 125 and won by unanimous decision. He is undefeated in his career.
In total, the UFC 132 card looks like this:
UFC 132 Main Card
Bantamweight Title Bout—Dominick Cruz (c, 17-1) vs. Urijah Faber (25-4)
Light Heavyweight Bout—Tito Ortiz (15-8-1) vs. Ryan Bader (12-1)
Welterweight Bout—Carlos Condit (26-5) vs. Dong Hyun Kim (14-0-1, 1 NC)
Lightweight Bout—George Sotiropoulos (14-3) vs. Evan Dunham (11-2)
UFC 132 Preliminary Card
Lightweight Bout—Dennis Siver (18-7) vs. Matt Wiman (13-5)
Lightweight Bout—Melvin Guillard (27-8-2, 1 NC) vs. Shane Roller (10-3)
Bantamweight Bout—Brian Bowles (9-1) vs. Takeya Mizugaki (14-5-2)
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