In one line, I will be providing my own personal description for every fight ahead of us at tonight’s UFC Fight Night 106. 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 209… MAIN CARD (FOX SPORTS 1) Vitor Belfort vs. Kelvin Gastelum Gastelum aims to go 2-0 since moving back up to UFC’s 185lbs division with a main event win over legend Belfort, who looks to rebound into victory. Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua vs. Gian Villante This is a ‘do not blink’ co-main event firefight in the UFC’s light heavyweight division between two finishers who aim for the kill-shot. Edson Barboza vs. Beneil Dariush A pair of top tier lightweights go to war in their quests for a title shot; definitely the people’s main event. Jussier Formiga vs. Ray Borg Two human backpacks in the UFC’s flyweight division will battle it out in this excellent grappler versus grappler main card matchup. Bethe Correia vs. Marion Reneau After calling Correia out, Reneau travels to enemy territory in Brazil for the matchup in what should be a contender for the ‘FOTN’ bonus. Tim Means vs. Alex Oliveira An immediate rematch of a bout that ended controversially, and the two are eager to get back in the Octagon and finally settle the score. PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX SPORTS 1) Kevin Lee vs. Francisco Trinaldo There are high stakes in this featured preliminary card headliner between two red-hot lightweights looking to extend their winning streaks. Sergio Moraes vs. Davi Ramos Ramos makes his short notice UFC debut stepping up a weight class in this 170-pound clash of two decorated Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belts. Rani Yahya vs. Joe Soto These are the third pair of decorated BJJ black belts to square off on this fight card, and I think these two can produce some fireworks. Josh Burkman vs. Michel Prazeres Veteran Burkman travels to Brazil hoping to snap a two-fight losing skid by taking out Prazeres, who looks for his fourth straight victory. PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC FIGHT PASS) Rony Jason vs. Jeremy Kennedy Canadian Kennedy aims to remain undefeated by traveling to enemy territory in Brazil to hand countryman Jason his second consecutive defeat. Garreth McLellan vs. Paulo Costa Brazil’s Costa hopes to remain undefeated in his Octagon debut with an impressive victory over McLellan, who has his back against the wall.