UFC 145 Primetime Video: Jon Jones Vs. Rashad Evans Episode 2

Check out the second episode of UFC Primetime: Jones vs. Evans

The production team behind the Ultimate Fighting Championship has just released the second episode of UFC Primetime which features the UFC 145 grudge match between Jon Jones and Rashad Evans. Here is their description of the show:

Watch the evolution of Jon Jones and Rashad Evans' rivalry, then go inside training camps as they prepare to meet again.... this time as opponents.

This second episode aired on April 13th on FX, but it took them until now to release the video on Youtube. You can also watch the first episode on the UFC's YouTube channel, with the third and final episode airing on FX this Friday after the most recent episode of The Ultimate Fighter Live.

Watch the whole video and get the latest on the full fight card after the jump.



Main Card:

Jon Jones vs. Rashad Evans
Rory MacDonald vs. Che Mills
Ben Rothwell vs. Brendan Schaub
Michael McDonald vs. Miguel Torres
Mark Hominick vs. Eddie Yagin
John Alessio vs. Mark Bocek

Preliminary Card:

Travis Browne vs. Chad Griggs
Matt Brown vs. Stephen Thompson
John Makdessi vs. Anthony Njokuani
Mac Danzig vs. Efrain Escudero
Chris Clements vs. Keith Wisniewski
Maximo Blanco vs. Marcus Brimage

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