UFC on Fox 2: 5 Questions That Will Be Answered

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UFC on Fox 2: 5 Questions That Will Be Answered
Rashad Evans and Phil Davis headline Fox's Jan. 28th card

UFC on Fox left fans clamoring for more. While they got to see Junior Dos Santos KO Cain Velasquez at 1:04 in Round 1, it didn't really feel like a title fight.

Whether that had to do with only one fight on the major network, or the one-sidedness that dos Santos made it into, only UFC on Fox 2 will be able to settle.

Fox had to fill an hour time slot for the main event, and since the undercard was viewable only on Facebook and FoxSports.com, it will be interesting to see what kind of ratings UFC on Fox 2 garners.

According to reports, Fox is going to provide more than just the main event, and is expected to showcase at least three live fights, in comparison with just the one before.

Either way, UFC on Fox 2 is looking to be a game-changer in the mixed martial arts industry and here's five things that should help contribute to that.    

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