Many fighters and fight fans criticized the UFC\u2019s placement of the 0-1 CM Punk on the main card of UFC 225. Punk\u2019s spot pushed back the likes of Alistair Overeem on to the preliminary portion of the card, and Dana White is finally defending the UFC\u2019s position on the matter. Punk may only have a 0\u20131 professional MMA record, having lost by first-round submission to Mickey Gall in his MMA debut back at UFC 202, but the former WWE superstar is still a massive Pay-Per-View draw with\u00a0crossover appeal between two sports. White maintained that logic while explaining Overeem\u2019s placement on UFC 225 in relation to Punk:(Via MMAMania) Listen, when Alistair Overeem sells as many pay-per-views as CM Punk does, we can argue. If that\u2019s the way you want to look at him, being \u2018demoted\u2019, what is Rashad Evans? What is (Anthony) Pettis? There\u2019s guys that could be on the main card that are on the Fight Pass prelims.\u201d Punk will face fellow MMA neophyte Mike \u201cThe Truth\u201d Jackson, who also lost his lone MMA fight to Gall by submission. Meanwhile, former Strikeforce heavyweight champion and perennial UFC heavyweight contender Alistair Overeem will be taking a backseat as he takes on Curtis Blaydes on the undercard. Fellow well-known and far more experienced UFC fighters Rashad Evans, Clay Guida and Ricardo Lamas join Overeem on the preliminary portion of the card while Punk takes a coveted main card spot. Do you agree with White\u2019s reasoning regarding Punk\u2019s main card placement?