The main card on pay-per-view airs, has a light-heavyweight title fight between current champion Jon “Bones” Jones and former champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson.
However, it is not clear whether Gomi vs. Diaz will be part of the shipment.
Gomi is fighting against a Diaz for the second time in 2007, the former PRIDE champion older brother Nick Diaz at PRIDE took 33rd Gomi via submission Gogoplata suffered a loss, but after changing his opponent tested positive for marijuana, the result was a no-contest.
Gomi career has since been a mixed bag. He is in his last nine fights 5-4, including 1-2 in the UFC. After a submission loss to Kenny Florian his promotional debut, scored a knockout over Japan’s remarkable win Tyson Griffin. But in January, knocked him sound Guida with a guillotine choke.
Diaz seeks to avoid its third straight victory and his fourth loss in six fights. “The Ultimate Fighter 5″ winner took a pair of wins at welterweight (over Rory Markham and Marcus Davis), but suffered losses to recent decision Dong Hyun Kim and Rory MacDonald. Before the last spin, Diaz had won five straight fight-night bonuses (three “Fight of the Night” and two “Submission of the Night” awards).