There’s set to be some top action on show and here’s your complete guide to the battles that matter.
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JOSE ALDO VS FRANKIE EDGAR
INTERIM FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE, UFC 200
Jose Aldo is back in the Octagon for the first time since he was knocked out in 13 seconds to surrender the 145lbs strap to Conor McGregor. We’ll see if he’s still the same fighter, but if not, Edgar is easily the most dangerous man in this division.
J. JEDRZEJCZYK VS C. GADELHA
FEMALE STRAWWEIGHT TITLE
Both of these women are the cream of the crop. Jedrzejczyk edged a razor-thin decision to hand Gadelha her sole loss in 2014 but the Brazilian is her only threat at 115lbs. The added storyline of their roles in the ‘Ultimate Fighter’ ensure a tasty encounter.
DANIEL CORMIER VS JON JONES
LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT UNIFICATION
Intrigue, genuine bad blood and two of the most skilled fighters ever, this clash has everything. The contextual backdrop has fallen slightly but nonetheless there are questions to answer; number one being can champ Cormier do better than he did last year?
Falling down is part of life, getting back up is living.— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) July 1, 2016
WILL BROOKS VS ROSS PEARSON
LIGHTWEIGHTS, TUF 23 FINALE
Brooks is making his UFC debut after the dominant Bellator lightweight champion made the switch last month. This is a real litmus test for him against a stern opponent. He’s riding an eight-fight win streak, the last four of which had seven losses combined.
R. DOS ANJOS VS EDDIE ALVAREZ
LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE, UFC FIGHT NIGHT
Dos Anjos has ripped through the 155lbs division, destroying his last five challengers but he meets a fighter well known for his heroic will to win and ability to take lumps. It’s an interesting clash but in theory the Brazilian looks a bad match-up for Alvarez.
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