twitter google

UFC Fight Night 13 Broadcast Extended, 6 Fights To Be Televised

The UFC has issued an official, updated fight card for UFC Fight Night 13 which is now confirmed to include twelve bouts. The event takes place April 2nd in Broomfield, Colorado and will serve as the lead in for the seventh season of The Ultimate Fighter.

Originally set to be a two-hour broadcast, the event will now air (thanks in large part to a campaign) for three hours on Spike TV starting at 7pm ET. The debut episode of the latest installment of The Ultimate Fighter, which is set to include 32 middleweight fighters, will air immediately following the conclusion of the live event. According to the official fight card six fights are guaranteed to be broadcast.


Main Card

  • Kenny Florian vs. Joe Lauzon
  • Thiago Alves vs. Karo Parisyan
  • Matt Hamill vs. Tim Boetsch
  • Kurt Pellegrino vs. Nate Diaz
  • Gray Maynard vs. Frank Edgar
  • James Irvin vs. Houston Alexander

Preliminary Bouts

  • Marcus Aurelio vs. Spencer Fisher
  • Josh Neer vs. Din Thomas
  • Jeff Cox vs. MannyGamburyan
  • Samy Schiavo vs. Clay Guida
  • Roman Mitichyan vs. George Sotiropoulos
  • Anthony Johnson vs. Tommy Speer


Follow MMAFrenzy