Ultimate Fighting Tournament (UFC) has shifted from the recent Conor McGregor crisis and assigned a fresh, five-round tournament pay-per-view (PPV) headliner by means of Daniel Cormier vs. Jon Jones 2. In addition, it recently uncovered the shocking come back of previous Heavyweight champ — and current WWE superstar — Brock Lesnar, who’ll battle Draw Hunt in the co-main event. For the stacked UFC 200 battle credit card in other places, Miesha Tate defends her women’s bantamweight crown against dangerous top contender Amanda Nunes, while Jose Frankie and Aldo Edgar run it again for the to maintain 145-pounds of platinum. See you in “LAS VEGAS!”
Event: UFC 200: “Cormier vs. Jones 2″
Night out: Sat., 9 july, 2016, on pay-per-view (PPV)
Location: T-Mobile World in NEVADA, Nevada
UFC 200 PPV Main Event:
205 pounds.: UFC Light Heavyweight Champ Daniel Cormier vs. UFC Interim Light Heavyweight Champ Jon Jones
UFC 200 PPV Co-Main Event:
265 pounds.: Brock Lesnar vs. Symbol Hunt
Other Scheduled UFC 200 Fits:
135 pounds.: Women’s Bantamweight Champ Meisha Tate vs. Amanda Nunes
145 pounds.: Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar for interim featherweight title
265 pounds.: Cain Velasquez vs. Travis Browne
135 pounds.: Pet cat Zingano vs. Julianna Pena
170 pounds.: Johnny Hendricks vs. Kelvin Gastelum
135 pounds.: T.J. Dillashaw vs. Raphael Assuncao
155 pounds.: Sage Northcutt vs. Enrique Marin
185 pounds.: Derek Brunson vs. Gegard Mousasi
155 pounds.: Joe Lauzon vs. Diego Sanchez
155 pounds.: Takanori Gomi vs. Jim Miller
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A full year ago, there is much speculation regarding whether Brock Lesnar would choose WWE or UFC, as the person who’s placed championships for both offers was deciding if he wished to stick with professional wrestling or hop back to the world of merged martial arts. Lesnar finally signed a contract to continue competing inside the squared circle, but UFC and WWE will both reap the benefits of his celebrity electric power in the summertime of 2016.
Lesnar will need on No. on July 9 8-ranked UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt at UFC 200, time for the octagon for the very first time since Dec. 30, 2011. Six weeks later, he’ll have a match at WWE’s SummerSlam in Brooklyn, NY, though his opposition is unidentified as of this right time.
Lesnar’s impact in both WWE and UFC makes him a one-of-a-kind sportsman. He was the largest UFC legend ever before he remaining MMA, and he’s one of the primary WWE superstars to debut because the switch of the hundred years.
“I’m a crossover sportsman,” Lesnar said on “SportsCenter” the other day. “I’m the modern-day Bo Jackson, people.”
UFC doesn’t release pay-per-view volumes, but Lesnar’s been the celebrity of several of the business’s top-selling incidents. He defeated Frank Mir in the key event of UFC 100, which apparently established an archive that still stands with 1.6 million buys. His battles against Shane Carwin, Cain Velasquez and Randy Couture were the key visitors attractions on PPVs that apparently sold at least 1 million purchases, something which has been done only around 11 times.