Joe Lauzon vs. Jamie Varner added to FOX main card


The next UFC on FOX card again will feature four fights.

A lightweight scrap between Joe Lauzon (21-7 MMA, 8-4 UFC) and former WEC champ Jamie Varner (20-6-1- MMA, 2-1 UFC) will kick off UFC on FOX 4's main-card broadcast.

UFC on FOX 4 takes place Aug. 4 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Former champion Mauricio "Shogun" Rua and Brandon Vera meet in the headliner.

In addition to the FOX-televised main card, which marks the UFC's return to network television, FUEL TV carries the prelims.

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jkkazmier site profile image  

7/17/12 11:25 AM by jkkazmier

This is great match making at its finest. This is going to be a hella good fight. Hopefully J-lau wins this.

Morgz site profile image  

7/17/12 9:24 AM by Morgz

 Lauzon vs Varner is a great matchup.  Look forward to this.

Fabes site profile image  

7/17/12 9:21 AM by Fabes

Good move. Joe should be on every Fox card. No one more exciting than him in the UFC.

Maverick3744 site profile image  

7/17/12 8:44 AM by Maverick3744

 Nice match up im not sure who takes it def will be good.  

UGCTT_Fraser_Finlay site profile image  

7/16/12 6:40 PM by UGCTT_Fraser_Finlay

War Lauzon!I like Varner too but Lauzon is probably my favourite LW.

TheGreatGodMARS site profile image  

7/16/12 6:40 PM by TheGreatGodMARS

Great match up

Bad News Garand site profile image  

7/16/12 6:21 PM by Bad News Garand

War Joe! Can't wait for this fight

bjhughes51 site profile image  

7/16/12 6:21 PM by bjhughes51

Lauzon wins

kostello site profile image  

7/16/12 6:05 PM by kostello

Varner is probably going to take this one. I don't think he's as susceptible to submissions as Guillard.

RealTerry site profile image  

7/16/12 5:42 PM by RealTerry

Seems it would make a lot more sense to put a future contender in Phil Davis in the network TV slot.