Scott Jorgensen (13-5) vs. Eddie Wineland (18-8-1)
Bantamweight contenders round out the main card as two top talents look to rebound from disappointing setbacks.
Jorgensen, 29, was no match for Brazilian No. 1 contender Renan Barao this past February, losing a largely one-sided unanimous decision. The loss erased back-to-back victories over Jeff Curran and Ken Stone under the UFC banner.
A three-time Pac-10 champion and NCAA Division I wrestler, Jorgensen has adapted well to mixed martial arts, earning a Brazilian jiu-jitsu purple belt and developing an improving striking game.
The Combat Fitness product will need to rely on his wrestling fundamentals to dictate the pace against the first-ever WEC bantamweight champion.
Wineland, 27, dropped his last two fights against Team Alpha Male standouts Joseph Benavidez and Urijah Faber. The losses snapped his four-fight winning streak in the WEC, which included knockouts of Ken Stone and Will Campuzano and decisions over George Roop ...