Thomas Gerbasi, UFC - After more twists and turns than a Hollywood thriller, June 7th’s UFC 85: Bedlam show has finally been set with 11 fights. Included is a move of the intriguing middleweight clash between Nate Marquardt and Thales Leites to the pay-per-view portion of the card, and a scrapping of the Rashad Evans vs James Irvin bout due to a broken foot suffered by Irvin." /> UFC 85 Card Finalized | UFC ® - News
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UFC 85 Card Finalized

Thomas Gerbasi, UFC - After more twists and turns than a Hollywood thriller, June 7th’s UFC 85: Bedlam show has finally been set with 11 fights. Included is a move of the intriguing middleweight clash between Nate Marquardt and Thales Leites to the pay-per-view portion of the card, and a scrapping of the Rashad Evans vs James Irvin bout due to a broken foot suffered by Irvin.
By Thomas Gerbasi

After more twists and turns than a Hollywood thriller, June 7th’s UFC 85: Bedlam show has finally been set with 11 fights. Included is a move of the intriguing middleweight clash between Nate Marquardt and Thales Leites to the pay-per-view portion of the card, and a scrapping of the Rashad Evans vs James Irvin bout due to a broken foot suffered by Irvin.

Evans, who was originally scheduled to take on Chuck Liddell on the card before ‘The Iceman’ tore a hamstring in his right leg, will not be fighting on June 7th.

The entire UFC 85 card, which is headlined by the welterweight showdown between Matt Hughes and Thiago Alves, and which also features bouts between Michael Bisping and Jason Day, Mike Swick and Marcus Davis, and Fabricio Werdum and Brandon Vera, can be viewed by clicking here. Tickets are on sale now.

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