Future Matches UFC Fight Night 55

Future Matches UFC Fight Night 55

Future Matches UFC Fight Night 55 will tell you who we think the winners of UFC Fight Night 55 should face in their next fights.

Future Matches UFC Fight Night 55

Future Matches UFC Fight Night 55 have some people looking to jump up the rankings.

Future Matches UFC Fight Night 55: Main Card

Luke Rockhold vs. Ronaldo Souza

Rockhold may have lost his first fight int he UFC to Vitor Belfort, but that was a TRT Belfort and coming off a ten month lay off. Since then, He has beaten three top ten fighters and finished all of them. It looks like a match up with Ronaldo Souza seems all but necessary since they both could be the potential number one contender.

Michael Bisping vs. Dan Henderson

It is official, Bisping will never challenge for a title and his days in the Octagon may be numbered. In the last two years he has only gone 3-4. A match that still makes sense is a rematch with Dan Henderson. Both might be at the end of their careers but still think they can challenge for the title. That means fighting each other if either still wants to live that dream.

Al Iaquinta vs. Gleison Tibau

At 5-1 since his TUF championship loss, Iaquinta has proven to be quite a tough fighter after knocking out Ross Pearson. Now it is time to match him up with one of the biggest gatekeepers in the division. If he can get past Tibau it will be time for a top 15 matchup.

Soa Palelei vs. Antonio Silva

Silva has not had the best run as of late and both of these fighters are not the best contenders. Match them up with each other so the fans can see a good knockout. WIth them in the cage it is almost 100 percent chance it will happen.

Future Matches UFC Fight Night 55: Undercard

Marcus Brimage vs. Pedro Munhoz

Munhoz was a big deal at 10-0 when he signed with the UFC, but a loss to Rafael Assuncao set him back a bit. Two wins in a row have helped him gain a little bit of luster back, but Brimage has a penchant for big fights due to his big finishes. This fight makes sense for both of their funny careers.

Louis Smolka vs. Wilson Reis

Both have had decent wins in the Flyweight division, but their losses have also set them back. Both just picked up big wins and are hunting to get back to the fighting the top of the division. Let us see if a win over each other can get them a match up with someone in the top ten.

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