UFC Fight Night: Stout Vs Fisher

UFC Fight Night: Stout vs Fisher referred to by the media as UFC Fight Night 10 was a mixed martial arts event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on Tuesday, June 12, 2007 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. It was broadcast live in the United States and Canada on Spike TV.

The main event featured lightweights Sam Stout and Spencer Fisher in a rematch from their first fight at UFC 58: USA vs. Canada, which Stout won by split decision. Fisher had accepted that match on very short notice and was forced to lose a considerable amount of weight – in the range of 20 pounds – in order to make the lightweight limit of 155 lb (70 kg).

The event drew a 1.2 rating, collecting 1.6 million television viewers, according to Nielson Media Research.

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