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UFC confirms Johnson vs. Burns II and Gouveia vs. MacDonald for TUF 8 finale

The UFC and Spike TV confirmed via press release on Wednesday afternoon two previously reported bouts for live season finale of the eight season of “The Ultimate Fighter” on Dec. 13.

Now official for the show is a welterweight rematch between Anthony Johnson and Kevin Burns along with a middleweight tilt between Jason MacDonald and Wilson Gouveia.

The event will emanate from the Pearl at the Palms in Las Vegas and will be televised on Spike TV starting at 9 p.m. ET. The non-televised preliminary portion of the card is expected to be comprised primarily of fighters that were eliminated during the course of the current season.

9 COMMENTS
  • jj says:

    right on, now i can watch kevin burns poke AJ’s other eye out too

  • Joshua says:

    Can Burns make a closed fist now?

  • Rich S. says:

    i really hope AJ can win this time around..

    we saw him dominate for three rounds until an illegal eyepoke and a bad call by the ref gave him a freak TKO loss..

    then he needed eye surgery..

    and his appeals were turned down..

    i would hate to see him go through all of that only to lose in the second fight..

  • finkrod says:

    I don’t think the hand thing cleared up. But now he follows it up with an uppercut to his opponents groin. Due to breaking his arm too many times. This is then followed by a loud “WOOOOOOOO! Hopefully AJ won’t be too leery of the eye poke to engage with Burns.

  • armingo says:

    anyone besides me just hear “JUNIE DONT YOU ARE IN THE FINALS”

  • armingo says:

    as he was being pelted with eggs and charging upstairs

  • Robert says:

    Anthony “Rumble”Johnson by KO. not as bad as Tom Speer taking a nap on one knee up against the cage but a KO to make the first fight’s ridiculous decision a distant memory.

  • Bad Monkey says:

    Kevin Burns by repeated low blows. Take it to the bank.

  • Robert says:

    well, justice will not be totally served because to give a man a win, when it it was clear he was losing and worse cheating to win sickens me, worser is no turnover on appeal attempts, again even if Johnson wins, which by the way I believe he will justice will never be totally served, unless the commision suddenly overturns a decision. But johnson should win and at the end of the day thats all that matters, to win and put a loss in his column as well, but justice in this case is not served………..

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