UFC 133 Fight Card: Evans vs. Ortiz

UFC 133 Fight Card: Evans vs. Ortiz

There have been some big changes made to the UFC 133 card. Phil Davis was forced to withdraw with a knee injury, and finding a replacement turned into quite the ordeal. In the end, former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz stepped in to rematch Rashad Evans in the main event. Vladimir Matyushenko was also removed from the card due to injury and Matt Hamill will now face Alexander Gustafsson. Here's how the whole card breaks down.

Aug 6th, live on Pay-per-view from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Main card:
Rashad Evans (15-1-1) vs. Tito Ortiz (16-8-1)


  Rich Franklin (28-6) vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (19-5)


Vitor Belfort (19-9) vs. Yoshihiro Akiyama (13-3)


Jorge Rivera (19-8) vs. Alessio Sakara (15-8)


Rory MacDonald (11-1)  vs. Mike Pyle (21-7-1)


Spike TV card:

Alexander Gustafsson (11-1) vs. Matt Hamill (10-3)

Chad Mendes (10-0) vs. Rani Yahya (16-6)


Preliminary card:

Johny Hendricks (10-1) vs. Mike Pierce (12-3)


Mike Brown (24-8) vs. Nam Phan (16-8)


Ivan Menjivar (22-8) vs. Nick Pace (6-1)


Dennis Hallman (50-13-2) vs. Brian Ebersole (47-14-1)


Rafael "Sapo" Natal (11-3-1) vs. Constantinos Philippou (7-2)



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