Just the facts, ma'am.
I know that a lot of you enjoy reading analysis. That's why you come to Bleacher Report. Because here, you're inundated with analysis from every angle, for every fight and every potential storyline.
But sometimes, you don't want analysis. You just want the facts, and that's what I'm going to provide to you today.
They're coming to you in three slides: how you can watch the fights online and on television, complete gambling odds for the entire card, and then a few random facts from my buddy Mike Bohn, who does excellent work over at MMAMania.com.
The best thing about cards held in London, as opposed to Brazil?
They're held in the middle of the day. You can wake up, watch the preliminary fights before making yourself a sandwich for lunch, and be through with the main card in plenty of time to take a shower and go out by yourself to that neighborhood bar where everyone gives you a sad and knowing look.
What? You think I'm talking about me? Come on. (I totally am talking about me).
Here's all the crucial information you'll need if you're looking to watch this London monstrosity in its entirety:
PRELIMINARY CARD: Facebook, 12:15 p.m. ET
MAIN CARD: Fuel TV, 3 p.m. ET
This slide is for the degenerates among you. And, if you're interested, I've included a couple of gambling plays I'd take a serious look at underneath all of these odds.
The favorites are listed on the left. All lines have been taken from the fine folks at BetDSI.
Renan Barao -290 vs. Michael McDonald +230
Cub Swanson -130 vs. Dustin Poirier +100
Jimi Manuwa -225 vs. Cyrille Diabate +185
Gunnar Nelson -225 vs. Jorge Santiago +185
Che Mills -215 vs. Matthew Riddle +175
James Te Huna -200 vs. Ryan Jimmo +160
Terry Etim -310 vs. Renee Forte +250
Paul Sass -120 vs. Danny Castillo -110
Josh Grispi -135 vs. Andy Ogle +105
Tom Watson -135 vs. Stanislav Nedkov +105
Vaughn Lee -185 vs. Motonobu Tezuka +155
Ulysses Gomez -225 vs. Phil Harris +185
Michael McDonald +230 over Renan Barao -290
Stanislav Nedkov +105 over Tom Watson -135
The Crazy, Just For Fun Parlay: Gomez -255 + Nelson -225 + Castillo -110
1. Barao and McDonald, who meet in the main event, make up for the youngest combined age for a modern-era UFC championship fight at 47 years, one month and 13 days of age.
2. Cub Swanson has won three consecutive fights by (technical) knockout.
3. Terry Etim competes for the fist time since a sensational spinning wheel kick knockout loss to Edson Barboza at UFC 141 in Jan. 2012.
4. Dustin Poirier will fight for the second time in a 63-day span.5. Gunnar Nelson has won seven of his 10 professional bouts by submission. His opponent, Jorge Santiago, has never been submitted in 35 professional fights.