Tony Ferguson will make his debut this weekend as part of the team controlling the FOX Sports desk for UFC Fight Night 112.
Joining Ferguson will be welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, Kenny Florian and Karyn Bryant. Handling the duties from Oklahoma City will be Dominick Cruz and Jon Anik.
Below is a press release with more information:
No. 2-ranked UFC lightweight Tony Ferguson (@TonyFergusonXT) joins welterweight champion Tyron Woodley (@TWooodley) and retired contender Kenny Florian (@KennyFlorian) as analysts on the FOX Sports desk with host Karyn Bryant (@KarynBryant) for FS1 UFC FIGHT NIGHT: CHIESA VS. LEE on Sunday, June 25.
Former bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz (@DominickCruz) joins blow-by-blow announcer Jon Anik (@Jon_Anik) to call the fights live from Oklahoma City, while reporter Laura Sanko (@laura_sanko) interviews fighters on-site. UFC bantamweight Erik “Goyito” Perez (@Goyito_Perez) and Victor Davila (@mastervic10) call the Spanish language telecast on FOX Deportes.
Top lightweights No. 7-ranked Michael Chiesa (14-2) and No. 12 Kevin Lee (15-2) headline FS1 UFC FIGHT NIGHT: CHIESA VS. LEE. Chiesa comes into the fight riding a three-fight winning streak. Owner of 10 submission victories – five in under three minutes – he is primed to make a run to the top of the 155-pound division and his quest starts with Lee. At just 24 years old, Lee may be one of the stars of the future in the lightweight division, but he already has 10 UFC appearances, riding a four-fight win streak and finishing his last three fights.
The three-hour main card begins Sunday on FS1 and FOX Deportes at 9:00 PM ET and features five more exciting fights. Middleweight veteran Tim Boetsch (20-11) fights former welterweight champion Johny Hendricks (18-6), while No. 13-ranked strawweight Felice Herrig (12-6) and Justine Kish (6-0) square off. Light heavyweights Joachim Christensen (14-5) and Azamat Murzakanov (7-0) go to battle. Welterweight Tim Means (26-8-1, 1NC) fights Alex Garcia (14-3), while UFC Hall of Famer BJ Penn (16-11-2) and Dennis Siver (22-11, 1NC) open the main card with a featherweight bout.
The two-hour UFC FIGHT NIGHT PRELIMS are on FS2 and FOX Deportes at 7:00 PM ET, with four bouts. Lightweights Clay Guida (32-14) and Erik Koch (15-4) collide. Vitor Miranda (13-5) takes on Marvin Vettori (11-3) at 185 pounds, while No. 8 Carla Esparza (12-4) fights No. 10 Maryna Moroz (8-1) in a strawweight tilt. Devin Powell (8-1) and Darrell Horcher (12-2) open the PRELIMS with a lightweight bout.
Saturday’s coverage begins on FS2 at 6:00 PM ET with the FS1 UFC FIGHT NIGHT PREFIGHT SHOW, hosted by Bryant with Woodley, Florian, Ferguson and reporter Sanko. The action wraps up after immediately following the main event with the FS1 UFC FIGHT NIGHT POSTFIGHT SHOW. The FS1 UFC WEIGH-IN SHOW takes place on Saturday, June 24 (7:00 PM ET) on FS2 with the same studio crew.
On Wednesday at 8:00 PM ET on FS1, UFC TONIGHT’s Florian and Woodley preview Sunday’s FS1 UFC FIGHT NIGHT and interview headliners Chiesa and Lee.
Both Chiesa and Herrig give a behind-the-scenes look at their fight week on PROcast, all-access content on the FOX Sports PROcast and FOX UFC social pages. On the popular FOXSports.com podcast “Fight Society,” hosts Damon Martin and RJ Clifford preview the fight card and interview Chiesa and Hendricks about their upcoming fights. The podcast is available on iTunes and Soundcloud. FOXSports.com will be covering all of the fight action with a blend of trending news, results, and real-time highlights. Follow @UFConFOX on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for all updates throughout the #UFCOKC fights this Sunday.
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