UFC 200 preview and predictions

It’s been a wild few days leading up to UFC 200, but we are finally here.

On Saturday night, the biggest fight card in Ultimate Fighting Championship takes center stage at the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. After Jon Jones was pulled from the event due to a potential USADA violation, a women’s bantamweight championship bout between current title holder Miesha Tate and Amanda Nunes was promoted to the headlining slot.

Replacing Jones against light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier is Anderson Silva, who accepted a three-round, non-title affair on just two days notice.

Also on the UFC 200 main card is the highly-anticipated UFC return of Brock Lesnar, who takes on heavy-handed Mark Hunt, while former heavyweight champ Daniel Cormier also returns to action against Travis Browne.

If that wasn’t enough to get fans excited about tonight’s pay-per-view, an interim featherweight title clash between Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar rounds out the main card. Plus, leading up to the final five fights, fans will be treated to the most stacked preliminary card the UFC has ever put on.

How will tonight’s action play out? Let’s take a look at how the fight’s on tonight’s pay-per-view could go down and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments section below. 

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