If it’s up to the UFC, it will:
That has been kicked around the office. It is up to Spike. We have suggested it,” said Dana White.
UFN 13 is perhaps the most stacked of any Fight Night in history. The show’s impressive line-up includes Kenny Florian vs. Joe Lauzon, Houston Alexander vs. James Irvin, Stephan Bonnar vs. Matt Hamill, Thiago Alves vs. Karo Parisyan, Marcus Aurelio vs. Spencer Fisher, and Sami Schiavo vs. Clay Guida.
Going to three hours means we will get to see at least the pay-per-view minimum five bouts. Although with that card, we will more than likely get six to seven. (I mean does anyone really expect Alexander vs. Irvin to go longer than sixty seconds?)
Looking at that line-up, there isn’t a single fight that does not belong on television. It will be great news if Spike opens up the extra hour for the broadcast. UFN 13 is set to air on Wednesday, April 2.