Predicting the Biggest UFC Fights of 2015

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Predicting the Biggest UFC Fights of 2015
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UFC fans are sitting pretty.

Even through the first eight months of the year, fans have already been fortunate enough to watch Renan Barao cement his dominance with a one-sided TKO victory against Urijah Faber in February, only to have T.J. Dillashaw put a jackhammer to Barao's credibility as the champion with an even more one-sided five-round beating in May. 

They've been fortunate enough to continue to watch Ronda Rousey ascend into heights that only Jon Jones, Anderson Silva and Georges St-Pierre have ever reached in the UFC with first-round TKOs against Sara McMann and Alexis Davis.

And the fortune won't end there—they still get to watch Chris Weidman defend his title against Vitor Belfort, Anthony Pettis step into the cage with Gilbert Melendez, and pretty much all of UFC 178 among other bouts. 

While 2014 has been and will remain to be great, it's only here to set up one thing: 2015. 

Scroll on to see my predictions for the biggest UFC fights for 2015. The fights are listed from least exciting to most exciting (spoiler, they're all still really exciting). Only bouts that stand a realistic chance of occurring within the next year will be considered—so don't expect Chuck Liddell to make a comeback or have any spot on this list. 

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