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The UFC Heads Back to Indiana, August 28th

(Whaddya say, Chris? One last blood bath for old time’s sake? | Photo by AP)

August is turning out to be a big month for Midwest MMA fans. UFC 164 has already been announced for August 31st in Milwaukee, WI and today MMA Junkie reports that just a few days prior, the UFC will hold the first UFC on Fox Sports event at the Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Wednesday, August 28th.

“UFC and Bankers Life Fieldhouse officials on Saturday night announced the promotions plans to return to the venue, with tickets scheduled to go on sale June 14. Ticket prices and on-sale details will be announced in the coming weeks,” Junkie reports.

No one seems to have a line on official or rumored match ups for the card but we’re betting the UFC isn’t setting up a rematch between Frank Mir and Mirko “Cro Cop”. The last time the UFC visited Indy, back in 2010, they made good money – selling nearly 16,000 tickets for a gate of over $1.5 million – but few were happy with the action.

Dana White was so upset with headliner Frank Mir’s effort that, even though Mir beat “Cro Cop” with the only KO of the night, he didn’t get a knock out of the night, bonus. So, it wasn’t that awesome of a card.

But, Indiana home town kid Chris Lytle did win his rematch against Matt Serra at that event, however. The Fireman/Politician/Octagon Human Highlight Reel is retired but has told this writer that he’d return for a one-off bout under the right circumstances.

What do you say, nation? Want to see “Lights Out” back in action? If so, who would you match him up against?

- Elias Cepeda

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Clyde- May 12, 2013 at 1:35 pm
I like the way Lytle retired and I'd hate to see him come back and screw it all up by losing. Quit while you're ahead Chris, you did the right thing first time.
Imnotamoose- May 12, 2013 at 10:35 am
F'yeah! If he's game, I would love to see him fight. Maybe another fight with Matt Brown? (even though he has already beat him twice). Or let him avenge his loss to Diaz?
The12ozCurls- May 12, 2013 at 9:35 am
If Lytle is going to fight again, give him an immediate title shot against GSP. Not just for the (albeit impossible) possibility of the greatest tear-jerking upset victory ever, but also to watch Johny Hendricks lose his god damn mind for getting passed over again. Either of those scenarios are an epic win in my book.
Corysix6- May 12, 2013 at 9:15 am
Matt Serra, obviously.