If you're the type of fight fan who looks forward to matchups with real heat between the two participants, then December's rematch between Roger Bowling and Abel Trujillo may be just your thing, especially with "Killa" promising a "bloodbath."

Abel Trujillo ✔ @AbelTrujillo1

I'm going to give yall a bloodbath dec. 14 hehehe :-) :-) :-)
1:15 PM - 2 Oct 2013
Bowling (11-4 MMA, 0-0 UFC) and Trujillo (10-5 MMA, 1-1 UFC) first met in August, with the bout ending in controversial fashion. With time winding down in the second round of the UFC Fight Night 27 affair, Trujillo delivered a pair of knees to his opponent as Bowling was working to get up from the canvas. With Bowling still qualified as a grounded opponent, the blows appeared to strike the chin, and the bout was ruled a no contest when he was unable to continue.

Trujillo contended the shots hit the chest and Bowling was just looking for a way out of the fight. Replays showed the strikes as more grazing than direct hits, and UFC President Dana White revealed he paid "Killa" his win money based on his own opinion on the legality of the blows.

Shortly after the affair, Bowling told Radio he thought the blows were intentionally illegal and he hoped to book the fight again.

"You saw the tape – he kneed me right in the chin and followed it up with a sucker punch and cut me on my right eye," Bowling said. "I get so mad when I watch it – I have so much hate in my heart for him. I hope I'm standing across from him again, because I'll put his head into the third row – I promise."
UFC officials on Tuesday announced Bowling would get his wish, as they two will fight again at December's UFC on FOX 9 event, which takes place at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif. It's safe to say Trujillo has a different plan for the contest.

Abel Trujillo ✔ @AbelTrujillo1

I don't fight for points or for rounds I fight to finish.That's the the only honorable way of fighting. IM GOIN IN FOR THE KILL!!!
1:33 PM - 2 Oct 2013