The UFC always ups its game for Independence Day weekend. This year is no exception.
Despite what seems these days to be the inevitable angel's share—injuries, drug test failures and the dilution of talent because of a new abundance of events—exacting its cut off the top, UFC 175 still looks and feels relatively glamorous.
The whole thing goes down Saturday from that little MMA oasis in the desert, Las Vegas, Nevada. Anchoring the event are two title fights: Chris Weidman defends his middleweight strap against Lyoto Machida, and Ronda Rousey looks to fight off another challenger in Alexis Davis.
Perhaps the depth isn't what it normally is for a classic big-time UFC. Chael Sonnen and his failed drug test had something to do with that, as he was pulled from his fight with Vitor Belfort (and later retired). An injury to Junior dos Santos resulted in a match between Daniel Cormier and Dan Henderson moving away from 175 to another card to bolster it in dos Santos' absence.
But UFC 175 is still solid. Here's a look at the full slate, from Fight Pass to finale, including information capsules, viewing coordinates and predictions for each and every contest.