UFC on FOX 21: Maia vs Condit Date: August 27, 2016 Arena: Rogers Arena City: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to Vancouver with UFC on FOX 21: Maia vs Condit. The main card will be kicking off on FOX at 8pm ET, with preliminary action preceding it on the same channel at 6pm ET and UFC Fight Pass at 4pm ET priot to that. If interested in wagering on these ‘FOTN’ props or any other plays for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at Several Bookmakerss. The ‘Fight of the Night’ plays that hold the most value are: Miller/Lauzon +360 || 1u to win 3.6u If this fight is anything close to their first meeting, then Miller and Lauzon should easily walk away with the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors. Their first fight was a classic war that resulted in a unanimous decision win for Miller. They took ‘Fight of the Night’ hnors for their efforts that evening, and ultimately secured UFC’s ‘Fight of the Year’ for 2012. Both fighters are coming off first round TKO wins at UFC 200 just last month and are making immediate turnarounds for this rematch. I think it is likely that these two will produce a fun fight, regardless of the outcome or how long it lasts. Of all the fights on this card, this scrap is my favorite to take home the grand prize. Should these 155-pound warriors take home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ bonus, it would mean the fifth time for Miller, while being the seventh for Lauzon. Ricci/Kennedy +550 || .5u to win 2.75u Ricci and Kennedy will both be making their promotional debuts in this 155-pound contest, with Ricci taking the fight on short notice due to Kennedy’s original scheduled opponnent Josh Emmett getting injured and being forced to withdraw from the bout. These two have a lot to prove in their first fight in the big show, and I expect them to get the card rolling on a high note, as they are the very first fight of the night on the Fight Pass prelims. Should they manage to deliver fireworks big enough to earn ‘Fight of the Night’ honors, it would clearly be the first time for both lightweights. It would also be a very big deal for both, as it is their first fight in the UFC and are each likely getting $10,000 to show and another $10,000 for a win.