In one line, I will be providing my own personal description for every fight ahead of us at UFC Fight Night 105 in Halifax on Sunday night (February 19, 2017). This article is aimed at the casual fan who is not familiar with most of the athletes competing on the card. I will also be following the Twitter rule of thumb of keeping them in 140 characters or less. If interested in wagering on any bouts for this fight card, all betting lines are currently made available at Several Bookmakers. And without further ado, here are my one-liners for UFC Fight Night 105 in Halifax… MAIN CARD (FOX SPORTS 1) Derrick Lewis vs. Travis Browne A main event heavyweight showdown that has gotten personal; this scrap is not expected to go the full five-round distance. Johny Hendricks vs. Hector Lombard A middleweight co-main event between former welterweights who have their backs against the wall and one foot out the door. Elias Theodoreau vs. Cezar “Mutante” Ferreira A 185-pound bout that could see the winner break into the division’s rankings while the loser would have to head back to the drawing board. Sam Sicilia vs. Gavin Tucker Sicilia, off 2 losses & with his back against the wall, travels to enemy territory to welcome undefeated UFC newcomer Tucker to the Octagon. Sara McMann vs. Gina Mazany UFC ewcomer Mazany steps in on short notice for the injured Liz Carmouche to take on Olympic silver medalist McMann on the main card. Paul Felder vs. Alex Ricci A potential barn-burner in the UFC’s 155-pound division that is expected to kick off the evening’s main card on a high note. PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX SPORTS 1) Santiago Ponzinibbio vs. Nordine Taleb A barn-burner in the UFC’s welterweight division between two talented strikers who could end up taking home the ‘Fight of the Night’ bonus. Carla Esparza vs. Randa Markos These strawweights have history, and this fight is personal, though many expect it to be a snoozer that goes the full three-round distance. Reginaldo Vieira vs. Aiemann Zahabi Viera looks to get back into the W column by taking out highly-touted undefeated UFC newcomer Zahabi, who is trainer Firas Zahabi’s younger brother. Thiago Santos vs. Jack Marshman Marshman, high off a KO of Magnus Cedenblad, aims to go 2-0 in the UFC by beating Santos, who comes off a massive upset loss versus Eric Spicely. PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC FIGHT PASS) Gerald Meerschaert vs. Ryan Janes These middleweights will kick off the night of scraps in Halifax, each hoping to go 2-0 inside the Octagon and looking for another finish.