In one line, I will be providing my own personal description for every fight ahead of us at tonight’s UFC 192. I will also be following the Twitter rule of thumb of keeping them in 140 characters or less. If interested in wagering on this fight card, all lines will be made available at 5Dimes Sportsbooks. And without further ado, here are my one-liners for UFC 192 in Houston… MAIN CARD (PAY PER VIEW) Daniel Cormier vs Alexander Gustafsson A battle for the UFC’s interim 205-pound title between two men seeking a rematch with Jon Jones with the hope of exacting revenge. Ryan Bader vs Rashad Evans Bader was looked over for a title shot and now looks to make a statement against Evans, who is returning to action after an extended layoff. Shawn Jordan vs Ruslan Magomedov Well-conditioned heavyweights face off in this main card battle; each fighter hoping to crack into the division’s Top 15 with a victory. Joseph Benavidez vs Ali Bagautinov A 125-pound scrap between former title challengers who have hopes of earning another crack at the belt, and a win here could put ’em there. Julianna Pena vs Jessica Eye A rare “winner vs loser” bout in the UFC’s women’s bantamweight division, & both ladies have a lot riding on the line headed into this one. PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX SPORTS 1) Yair Rodriguez vs Dan Hooker A barn burner in the UFC’s featherweight division that could easily steal the show and take home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors. Alan Jouban vs Albert Tumenov This welterweight affair between two talented strikers is considered by many fight fans to be the most highly anticipated bout of the night. Adriano Martins vs Islam Makhachev Martins off a big win over Rustam Khabilov aims to take out another Dagestani in undefeated Makhachev, who hopes to score his biggest win. Rose Namajunas vs Angela Hill Women’s strawweights & friends face off with hopes of returning to the win column in what could be a sleeper for the evening’s ‘FOTN’ bonus. PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC FIGHT PASS) Francisco Trevino vs Sage Northcutt Trevino aims for a return to the win column following his first career loss as he welcomes undefeated 19-year old Northcutt to the Octagon. Chris Cariaso vs Sergio Pettis Cariaso and Pettis aim to leave it all in the cage in their efforts to get back in the win column in this 125-pound Fight Pass barn burner. Derrick Lewis vs Viktor Pesta Heavyweights will collide to kick off the evening’s preliminary action, and this scrap is expected to get things started on a high note.