Who will be fighting at UFC on FOX 1? IOLE and COFIELD break it down
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It's anyone's guess who'll be featured in the first UFC fight card on major network television. A lot of names have been bounced around, Yahoo! Sports' Kevin Iole and Steve Cofield go through the list of rumored names.
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