UFC on Versus 5: Hardy vs. Lytle Conference Call Live Updates

LONDON ENGLAND - OCTOBER 16: Carlos Condit of the United States defeats Dan Hardy of Great Britain by knock out during their UFC welterweight bout at the O2 Arena on October 16 2010 in London England. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

The UFC has scheduled a conference call to promote UFC on Versus 5 at 2 p.m. ET this afternoon. Scheduled to appear on the call are headliners Dan Hardy and Chris Lytle, plus co-main eventers Jim Miller and Ben Henderson. UFC President Dana White does not appear as a participant in the press release.

Follow Mike Fagan on Twitter for instant updates. Check back at the end of the call for a comprehensive summary of the proceedings.

Since starting his UFC tenure with four straights wins and a subsequent title shot, Dan Hardy has lost his last three fights, including a one-sided decision loss to Anthony Johnson in March. Chris Lytle is a UFC veteran, his first fight in the promotion dating back to November of 2003. He is coming off a loss to Brian Ebersole at UFC 127.

Jim Miller is 20-2, with his only two losses coming at the hands of current lightweight champ Frankie Edgar and current number one contender Gray Maynard. Ben Henderson is a former WEC champ, and defeating Mark Bocek in his UFC debut. The winner is expected to receive a title shot.

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