The card has been announced for the event according to MMA Junkie, with a total of six bouts airing on pay-per-view, with the remaining eleven fights being a mix of swing bouts and/or amateur contest.
On the pay-per-view side of things, it is going to be a clash of MMA prospects in the co-main event as Kenneth Berg faces Jorge Gonzalez. Other bouts on the pay-per-view portion of the card will see UFC veterans collide as Gleison Tibau takes on Efrain Escudero, UFC veteran Walel Watson faces Ricardo Palacios, UFC veteran Tom Lawlor faces Deron Winn and UFC veteran Jay Silva faces Oscar Cota.
Notables competing in the swing bouts include UFC veteran Kendall Grove and Bellator MMA veteran Dave Terrell.
A price point for the pay-per-view has been revealed by Bloody Elbow, with that rumored price being $49.99. It is unknown how long the pay-per-view is going to last, as the UFC’s pay-per-view offerings are approximately three hours long.