UFC on Fox 6 is just a few short hours away.
The highly stacked card features some of the UFC's greatest fighters.
In the main event, The Ultimate Fighter 14 winner John Dodson will challenge Demetrious Johnson for the UFC flyweight championship.
Also featured is Quinton "Rampage" Jackson in what is most likely his final UFC fight against tough striker Glover Teixeira.
The night should be full of exciting action. Here is why you should tune in.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has had many ups and downs in his storied MMA career.
From his memorable slams and feud with Wanderlei Silva in Pride, to capturing the UFC light heavyweight championship and unifying it with Pride's 205 title, Jackson has had a storied career.
But it all comes to an end tonight. At least as far as the UFC is concerned.
Jackson may be perusing other ventures after tonight's fight, but he and fans alike wouldn't mind seeing the Rampage of old one more time before he does.
Although Rampage wants to leave the UFC on top, he could also leave slightly concussed.
Jackson is taking on Glover Teixeira, perhaps the most dangerous title contender the light-heavyweight division has to offer.
Jackson has only been stopped once in the UFC, and that was by submission to current champ Jon Jones.
We could see a different outcome tonight if Jackson is not careful.
Teixeira has had 12 of his 19 victories come by knockout. If Jackson becomes number 13, it would be his biggest KO victory to date.
It may be a surprise to some that Donald Cerrone and Anthony Pettis have not fought each other yet.
Both were household names in the WEC.
Cerrone fought for the lightweight title there multiple times, while Pettis became its last champion by defeating Benson Henderson.
Both men have had great success since moving to the UFC, only losing once and currently riding a two-fight winning streak.
Both guys are great strikers and good on the ground, so it will be interesting to see just how this fight turns out.
If either man gets an exciting finish, he could face the winner of Henderson vs. Gilbert Melendez.
There is never a lack of energy on Clay Guida's part.
Even if he is not putting on the most-exciting fight, if he is standing, he is bouncing around.
Guida may have some extra pent-up energy, believe it or not, for tonight's fight.
Not only will Guida be fighting for the first time at featherweight, but he will also be fighting in his home state for the first time since 2006.
This could be the most-hyped Clay Guida that we've ever seen.
Back in the day, prelim fights used to feature unknown or relatively new UFC fighters.
In today's UFC, that is not always the case.
Tonight's prelims feature household names like Ryan Bader, Clay Guida, Vladimir Matyushenko, T.J. Grant and Matt Wiman.
There is also a heavyweight duel between Mike Russow and Shawn Jordan that could end in a memorable knockout.
You can catch all the prelim action on Facebook and FX.
Styles make fights.
That could prove to be true tonight when Demetrious Johnson puts his title on the line against John Dodson.
Johnson became champ by using his speed and his wrestling.
Dodson on the other hand has had some stunning knockout victories since entering the UFC.
If Dodson can keep the fight on the feet and match Johnson's speed, he could very well be the next UFC flyweight champion.
Johnson is tough to finish, though, only losing twice in his career by decision.
But the best thing about this fight is that we get to see a great championship fight for free. So why not catch it?