UFC is back on network TV for the second time in the history of the company and the first time in 2012.
Instead of one fight this time fans get three. Even though none of them is a championship bout they are all co-main event quality fights with marquee names.
From Rashad Evans to Chael Sonnen the card is stacked with names. The fights are not only going to be some of the best seen for free since the UFC started, they are also going to tell fans different things about fighters and potential fights that can be made afterward.
The show may take place only two Saturdays from now, but the anticipation is already boiling for not just the fights, but the implications for MMA in general.