UFC 175: July 5
In the main event of this card, the middleweight title is on the line between champion Chris Weidman and challenger Machida. Machida is 2-0 since dropping to middleweight, including a first-round Knockout of the Night over Munoz and a Fight of the Night decision victory over Mousasi. Weidman is undefeated at 11-0, having beaten Anderson Silva twice, Munoz, Maia and more.
The co-main event features a women's bantamweight title fight between longtime champion Ronda Rousey and Cesar Gracie black belt Alexis Davis. Davis is 3-0 in the UFC, having won three straight decision victories since joining the organization from Invicta. Rousey is also 3-0 in the UFC, with two submission victories and one TKO.
The third fight on the card features Chael Sonnen taking on Vitor Belfort. Sonnen was scheduled to face Wanderlei Silva, but on May 28, Silva was forced out of the bout and Belfort stepped up. Sonnen and Silva had been coaching The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3, but now Belfort will step in for the fight. Sonnen last fought in November 2013, where he was TKO'd by Rashad Evans in the first round. Belfort has won three straight by knockout, but he backed out of a fight with Weidman in Las Vegas due to TRT regulations. It will be interesting to see what happens come fight night.
Also on the card are fights between Urijah Faber and Alex Caceres, Matt Mitrione and Stefan Struve and Uriah Hall against Thiago Santos.
The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale: July 6
The main event of this one features the third fight between former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar and the man he took the title from, Penn.
Penn has been retired since December 2012, when he lost a decision to MacDonald. However, a chance to finally beat Edgar in a third fight was enough to bring Penn out of retirement. Edgar last fought in July 2013, when he beat Charles Oliveira by unanimous decision. Prior to that he lost his lightweight title, then lost a rematch for that title, then lost a fight for the featherweight title.
UFC Fight Night 45: July 16
In the main event, two lightweights will look to jump back into the title picture when Donald Cerrone squares off against Jim Miller.
Miller last fought in April, when he earned a technical submission victory over Yancy Medeiros. Prior to that, he submitted Fabricio Camoes in December. Cerrone has won three straight and has been very impressive in the process. He earned a Submission of the Night over Evan Dunham, a Knockout of the Night over Adriano Martins and a Performance of the Night over Edson Barboza.
UFC Fight Night 46: July 19
The main event is going to be a good fight, but most of the viewers are going to be watching for just one guy. Conor McGregor is set to fight Cole Miller in the main event. Miller is on a two-fight win streak and has won three of his last four.
If he's looking to make a mark, a win over McGregor would be huge. McGregor has won both of his UFC fights so far, earning Knockout of the Night in his first fight and winning a decision over Max Holloway in his second.
UFC on Fox 12: July 26
The main event of this card was just recently announced, and it's going to be a great fight. Robbie Lawler is set to square off with Matt Brown for a shot at the welterweight title. Lawler has been on a tear since coming back to the UFC, having won four out of five fights, only losing a close fight to Johny Hendricks for the welterweight title. He has also won by (T)KO in three out of four fights. Brown has won seven straight, including five straight by (T)KO.
The worst part of this fight is that one of these two has to lose.