Just days removed from one of the most memorable and unprecedented finishes in mixed martial arts history, UFC fans already have fresh fights on the horizon.
Saturday will mark the first time in promotional history that a UFC Fight Night is not broadcasted on national television. Instead, it will serve as the inaugural event for the UFC's new digital market, which is free to the public through Feb. 28.
Regardless, UFC Fight Night 34 does carry some weight—not only in regards to future top contenders in a Georges St-Pierre-less welterweight division but also for a chance to value the Singapore market.
Here are five reasons why this weekend is a nice time to sit down, crack a brew and enjoy some ultra-cool fights.