UFC 137 Fight Card: Brad Tavares Injury, Jorgensen Vs. Curran Moved To Main Card

Another day, another injury report that changes and reshuffles UFC fight cards.

The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced today on their website two new updates to the UFC 137 fight card. According to the UFC:

With middleweight prospect Brad Tavares forced from his UFC 137 bout against newcomer Dustin Jacoby due to injury, another Octagon debutant will step in, as Clifford Starks will put his 7-0 record on the line against the 6-0 Jacoby. The bout has been verbally agreed upon.

Moving to the October 29th main card with this change will be the bantamweight showdown between Scott Jorgensen and Jeff Curran.

UFC 137 takes place on October 29th at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The current fight card for the event is as follows:

Main card (Pay-per-view)

Nick Diaz vs. B.J. Penn
Cheick Kongo vs. Matt Mitrione
Mirko Filipovic vs. Roy Nelson
Hatsu Hioki vs. George Roop
Jeff Curran vs. Scott Jorgensen

Preliminary card (Spike TV)

Donald Cerrone vs. Dennis Siver
Tyson Griffin vs. Bart Palaszewski

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Eliot Marshall vs. Brandon Vera
Danny Downes vs. Ramsey Nijem
Chris Camozzi vs. Francis Carmont
Dustin Jacoby vs. Clifford Starks

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