Quick One-Liners for UFC 202

Cody GarbrandtIn one line, I will be providing my own personal description for every fight ahead of us at tonight’s UFC 202. 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 202… MAIN CARD (PAY PER VIEW) Nate Diaz vs Conor McGregor McGregor tries to settle the score in a rematch that could potentially set a new record for most Pay Per Views sold. Anthony Johnson vs Glover Teixeira A pair of fan favorite finishers go to war in the co-main event of the evening, with the winner being promised a shot at the 205-pound gold. Donald Cerrone vs Rick Story “Cowboy” hopes to continue his climb up the 170-pound ladder with an impressive victory over Story, who looks to send Cerrone back to 155. Hyun Gyu Lim vs Mike Perry A welterweight bout that has absolutely no business on any Pay Per View card, much less this one, yet here it is anyway. Tim Means vs Sabah Homasi Means welcomes promotional newcomer Homasi in another welterweight contest that should not be on this Pay Per View card, nor any other. PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX SPORTS 1) Cody Garbrandt vs Takeya Mizugaki After defeating a prospect in Thomas Almeida, Garbrandt looks to take out a veteran in Mizugaki on his road to a bantamweight title shot. Artem Lobov vs Chris Avila A Team McGregor vs Team Diaz bout between a pair of featherweights that shouldn’t be in the UFC. Raquel Pennington vs Elizabeth Phillips A women’s bantamweight contest that could be a sleeper for the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ bonus. Randa Markos vs Cortney Casey A match-up between a pair of women’s strawweights who are looking to build off the momentum gained from recent victories. PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC FIGHT PASS) Neil Magny vs Lorenz Larkin Magny and Larkin will go to war in a welterweight contest that should have been a no-brainer for a slot on the Pay Per View card. Colby Covington vs Max Griffin Covington looks to make it two in a row for himself inside the Octagon by defeating hightly touted promotional newcomer Griffin. Alberto Uda vs Marvin Vetorri This should be a fun middleweight scrap to kick off the festivities, and one that is not expected to go the full three round distance.

Written by Gabe Killian

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