UFC legend Tito Ortiz and Brazilian veteran Antonio Rogerio Nogueira match-up will now be headling the March 24th “UFC Fight Night 24” which will air on Spike TV.which was originally thought to be schedled for UFC 128.
Though officials have yet to formerly report the change in scheduling, UFC Fight Night 24 will, according to reports, most likely be held in Seattle Washington at the 17,000-seat Key Arena. The Washington State Department of Licensing has yet to schedule the show, but according to a department official, seems to merely be a formality yet to be taken care of.
Tito Ortiz announced the change on his official Twitter account, “Big news,” Ortiz stated. “I’m not fighting in New Jersey. But I am still fighting ‘Lil Nog’ in March.”
UFC Fight Night 24 precedes the debut episode of “The Ultimate Fighter 13” on Spike TV, which airs four days later on March 30th.