After defeating Thiago Silva on Saturday night at UFC 108, it appears former UFC light heavyweight champion "Suga" Rashad Evans has once again set up a proposed bout with Quinton "Rampage" Jackson.
According to UFC president Dana White, the two rival coaches on Season 10 of The Ultimate Fighter will likely step into the octagon at UFC 113 in Montreal.
The pair were originally supposed to face each other in the main event of UFC 107 in Jackson's hometown of Memphis, but Jackson pulled out of the fight to pursue his acting career.
The move created a fallout with White, but the two have since cleared the air, allowing Jackson to return to the UFC. Jackson is 5-1 since joining the fight league in 2007, including briefly capturing the light heavyweight title.