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Couture vs Nogueira to Headline 'UFC Main Events' Tonight on Spike TV

It was one of the best fights of 2009, a back and forth battle between true heavyweight legends Antonio Rodrigo ‘Minotauro’ Nogueira and Randy ‘The Natural’ Couture. Tonight, you can see this epic war for the first time on free cable television as Spike TV presents ‘UFC Main Events’ at 9pm ET / PT.

It was one of the best fights of 2009, a back and forth battle between true heavyweight legends Antonio Rodrigo ‘Minotauro’ Nogueira and Randy ‘The Natural’ Couture. Tonight, you can see this epic war for the first time on free cable television as Spike TV presents ‘UFC Main Events’ at 9pm ET / PT.

Also featured on ‘UFC Main Events’ will be three other high-impact bouts that are being aired on Spike TV for the first time, as ‘The Phenom’, Vitor Belfort, returns to the Octagon to face former middleweight champion Rich ‘Ace’ Franklin, UFC lightweight champion BJ Penn defends his crown against number one contender Kenny Florian, and the pound for pound king, Anderson Silva, jumps up to the light heavyweight division to take on The Ultimate Fighter season one winner Forrest Griffin.

This is one night of high-impact UFC action you won’t want to miss, and it all begins on Spike TV at 9pm ET / PT.
 

Sunday, May 10
1PM
AEST
Adelaide, Australia

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