The event is headlined by an lightweight championship bout of Benson Henderson vs. Frankie Edgar and can be seen on live on pay-per-view in the United States and Canada.
Check below for 11 facts about Saturday’s UFC 150 event.
1 – Buddy Roberts fights top-10 ranked Yushin Okami in his second UFC fight.
2 – Yushin Okami is on the first two-fight losing streak in his 33-fight professional career.
3 – Melvin Guillard fights Donald Cerrone 28-days after his unanimous decision victory against Fabricio Camoes at UFC 148.
4 – Donald Cerrone and Melvin Guillard, who fight each other in the co-main event, were once teammates at Greg Jackson’s gym in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
5 – Since April 2010, A total of four men have competed for the UFC lightweight championship (Benson Henderson, Frankie Edgar, BJ Penn and Gray Maynard).
6 – Jake Shields competes at middleweight for the first time since his unanimous decision victory against Dan Henderson at Strikeforce: Nashville on Apr. 17, 2010.
7 – Dustin Pague fights for the third time in 57-days.
8 – After starting his UFC career with a 5-0-1 record, Nik Lentz is 0-2 with one no contest in his last three UFC fights.
9 – In 22-combined fights under the ZUFFA banner, main event fighters Benson Henderson and Frankie Edgar have never lost by anything other than a decision.
10 – The UFC 150 fight card features zero flyweight, welterweight, light heavyweight or heavyweight bouts.
11 – In his 18-fight UFC career, Melvin Guillard has never gone to a decision in back-to-back fights. He fought to a decision in his last fight.