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Main Card (Fuel TV 8:00 PM ET)
• Middleweight bout: Jason MacDonald (25-15) vs. Tom Lawlor (17-4)
• Light Heavyweight bout: Igor "The Duke" Pokrajac (24-8) vs. Fabio Maldonado (18-4)
• Bantamweight bout: Jeff Hougland (10-4) vs. Yves "Tiger" Jabouin (17-7)
• Lightweight bout: Donald "The Cowboy" Cerrone (17-4) vs. Jeremy "Lil Heathen" Stephens (20-7)
• Welterweight bout: Amir Sadollah (5-3) vs. Jorge Lopez (11-2)
• Featherweight Main Event: "The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung (12-3) vs. Dustin "The Diamond" Poirier (12-1)
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Middleweight Tom Lawlor (Pictured) is known for being one of the UFC’s most flamboyant characters. To help accentuate that fact, Lawlor donned an empty bucket of KFC on his head during Monday’s weigh-ins.
However, it hasn’t been all fun and games for the “Filthy” one. He’s recently come across some hard financial times. After putting Jason MacDonald to sleep just 50...
Jason MacDonald vs. Tom Lawlor
Lawlor is 29 years old today. It'll be interesting to see if he can pick up a birthday win. High kick from MacDonald is blocked. He'll have a nice height and reach advantage. MacDonald shoots, but it's stuffed and Lawlor takes the neck for a moment. Good left from Lawlor right on the chin, and MacDonald is stunned. Then a right...
Jason MacDonald (25-15) vs. Tom Lawlor (7-4)
In an interesting middleweight affair, the Canadian veteran MacDonald seeks a much needed win against the charismatic crowd-pleaser Lawlor.
MacDonald, 36, is coming off a first-round loss to Alan Belcher in September. Prior to that setback, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt submitted Ryan Jensen with a triangle choke at UFC 129.
As a professional athlete, nothing can prove more difficult than accepting the fact that the game has passed you by and it’s time to retire. For a fan, nothing is more heartbreaking than watching a fighter do it when it’s far too late.
However, nothing is more awkward than seeing a mixed martial artist’s retirement be announced for him when he hasn’t yet decided to hang...
An additional $ 40,000 was awarded to each of the following fighters for their refusal to underachieve during tonight's fights inside of Fairfax, Virginia's Patriot Center.
Fight of the night - The Korean Zombie vs. Dustin Poirier
Knockout of the night - Tom Lawlor
Submission of the night - The Korean Zombie
After a night of freebie MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Dustin Poirier and Tom Lawlor each an additional $40,000 for their special performances Tuesday night at “UFC on FUEL TV: Korean Zombie vs. Poirier.” Chan Sung “The Korean Zombie” Jung (Pictured) double dipped and pocketed a pair of checks for his efforts.
It took Lawlor all of 50 seconds to earn ‘Knockout...