From a Spike TV press release:
The first bout scheduled to air on Spike TV is in the lightweight division, and features a former winner of "The Ultimate Fighter," as Mac Danzig (20-7-1) squares off against Matt Wiman (11-5). Fighting out Los Angeles, CA, Danzig most recently defeated Justin Buchholz at UFC 109, and he hopes to make it two in a row by defeating Wiman at UFC 115. Hailing from Dallas, TX, "Handsome" Matt Wiman boasts a 5-3 record inside the UFC Octagon, with wins over Thiago Tavares and Shane Nelson on his resume, as well as a Fight of The Night battle against Sam Stout. Widely respected for his toughness, Wiman hopes to emerge from his bout with Danzig with his hand raised.
The evening’s second televised bout is also a lightweight contest, and pits rising star Evan Dunham (10-0) against longtime contender Tyson Griffin (14-2). Training with Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas, Dunham has won his first three contests in the UFC. Dunham will be looking to use his effective mixture of striking and grappling ability to take out his toughest opponent to date, his teammate Tyson Griffin. Tyson Griffin is also widely known as one of the most exciting fighters in the UFC, having captured "Fight of the Night" honors five times during his career. He’ll look to make it a sixth time with a victory over Dunham.
Spike TV will telecast live undercard bouts from UFC 115: LIDDELL vs. FRANKLIN on Saturday, June 12 at 9:00 PM EST from the GM Place in Vancouver, British Columbia. The one-hour telecast will run with limited commercial interruption. UFC 115 will air on pay-per-view at 10:00 PM ET.