Grove and Munoz will face off on the PPV portion of the card, while Oscipczak and Story will takes place on the preliminary section of the event.
Kendall Grove is coming off a triangle choke victory against Jake Rosholt at UFC 106 and is looking to get a victory against Munoz and stay relevant in the middleweight division. After losing to Mark Hamill in his UFC debut, Munoz made the move down to middleweight and has picked up victories over Nick Cantone and Ryan Jensen. This will be his toughest test at middleweight going against the experienced Grove.
The undefeated Osipczak has picked up victories against Matt Riddle at UFC 105 and Frank Lester at the Ultimate Fighter Season 9 Finale since his appearance on the Ultimate Fighter. He takes on Story, who is 2-1 in the UFC with victories over Brain Foster at UFC 103 and Jesse Lennox at UFC Fight Night 20. A loss for Story would make it two losses in the company, and could possibly result in getting cut from the company.
UFC 112 will take place on April 10 with Anderson Silva vs. Damian Maia for the middleweight championship and BJ Penn vs. Frankie Edgar for the lightweight championship headlining.