As one of the best weekends of the year, there's no better way to cap off celebrating our nation's independence than to sit down with some friends and family and watch two of the best middleweights in the world go to war.
In a fight that will pin an undefeated champion against arguably the best counter striker this sport has ever seen, Chris Weidman will finally get a chance to showcase his skills in a title fight not opposite Anderson Silva.
Instead, The All-American will try to defeat Brazilian jigsaw puzzle Lyoto Machida any way possible.
That's much easier said than done, but Weidman certainly encompasses the well-rounded game to once again prove he's the best 185-pound fighter on the planet.
Here's a full head-to-toe breakdown gauging the advantages of each man as they set to lock horns on July 5.