We are less than four months away from the biggest mixed martial arts (MMA) event of all time and things are beginning to shape up.
While there has been no official announcement as to who will be headlining UFC 200’s main card on July 9, majority of signs point to Conor McGregor getting his hands on Nate Diaz in a rematch after the Stockton brawler defeated the Irishman via second-round submission back at UFC 196.
More on that pairing here.
But even with a Mystic Mac vs. Ninja Warrior reboot, UFC 200 must offer more if it’s going to cement itself as the greatest pay-per-view (PPV) event in promotional history. If UFC 100 taught us anything, it’s that these anniversary events usually have two championship fights.
However, if McGregor…
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