On November 19, 2011, Michael Chandler scored a fourth-round defeat of Eddie Alvarez in what might have been the fight of the year, a fight that left everyone who saw it clamoring for a rematch. This Saturday at 9 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. CT on Spike TV, that rematch happens – and it’s for the lightweight championship. That’s not all that’s on the card, either: Chandler-Alvarez II is one of three championship bouts on tap, along with Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal-Emanuel Newton (interim light heavyweight) and Pat Curran-Daniel Straus (featherweight). Who comes out on top? The answers come Saturday night – live and free.
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