Quick One-Liners for UFC 200

UFC 184 Weigh-in Results for ‘Rousey vs Zingano’ in Los AngelesIn one line, I will be providing my own personal description for every fight ahead of us at tonight’s UFC 200. 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 Several Bookmakerss. And without further ado, here are my one-liners for UFC 192 in Houston… MAIN CARD (PAY PER VIEW) Miesha Tate vs Amanda Nunes Tate makes her first title defense against one of the most dangerous finishers in the division in what is expected to be a real barn-burner. Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt Lesnar returns to the Octagon following a five year absence and aims to make UFC 200 history by taking out the very dangerous Super Samoan. Daniel Cormier vs Anderson Silva After Jon Jones was pulled from the contest, Silva agreed to step in on two days notice against the 205-pound champ in a non-title fight. Frankie Edgar vs Jose Aldo Edgar and Aldo go to battle in this rematch for the UFC’s interim-featherweight title, and the winner hopes for a fight with Conor McGregor. Cain Velasquez vs Travis Browne A heavyweight showdown between a former champion and one of the most most feared knockout artists in the division. PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX SPORTS 1) Cat Zingano vs Julianna Pena This is a very big fight for both women’s 135-pounders, as an impressive victory will put them right in the mix for a title shot. Johny Hendricks vs Kelvin Gastelum A fight between two welterweights who often miss weight, and this time it was Hendricks who didn’t make the mark, but the war shall proceed. TJ Dillashaw vs Raphael Assuncao Former UFC Bantamweight Champion TJ Dillashaw hopes to defeat Assuncao in this rematch and get another rematch– against Champ Dominic Cruz. Sage Northcutt vs Enrique Marin Northcutt looks to bounce back from his first career loss with an impressive win over Marin, who in turn seeks his first UFC victory. PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC FIGHT PASS) Diego Sanchez vs Joe Lauzon A long awaited barn-burner between arguably two of the most entertaining lightweights in the history of the division; fireworks expected! Gegard Mousasi vs Thiago Santos Santos takes this fight on short notice hoping to score his biggest career victory by taking out former Strikeforce 205-pound champ Mousasi. Jim Miller vs Takanori Gomi To kick things off, “The Fireball Kid” will take on fellow veteran Miller in what is likely a battle of who gets to stay and who gets to go.

Written by Gabe Killian

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