UFC 186 Fight Card is nearly completed with the main event, co-maion event, and multiple other fights being announced. Which fight are you amped for?
UFC 186 Fight Card has one title fight in the shape of a bantamweight title fight rematch with Renan Barao set for his second chance at his rematch against Renan Barao.
UFC 186 Fight Card is nearly completed even though the fight card does not happen until this April. Traveling across international borders, UFC 186 travels to the Great North in Canada for the long awaited rematch between TJ Dillashaw and Renan Barao. Dillashaw captured the title on short notice when the original opponent of Raphael Assuncao dropped out. Dillashaw shocked out the world and won the belt.
The rematch was set and Barao had to drop out after fainting during a weight cut, then Dillashaw beat late replacement Joe Soto while Barao just beat Mitch Gagnon. Injures to Raphael Assuncao and Dominick Cruz have put these two on the collision course.
The co-main event is the already announced number one contenders match between Hector Lombard and Rory MacDonald in the Welterweight division. Quinton Jackson gets his first return bout to the UFC when he takes on the always ready to strike Fabio Maldonado. This is the perfect match for the former Light-Heavyweight champion since he is always exciting when facing someone who will strike with him.
Michael Bisping returns from the knockout defeat at the hands of Luke Rockhold to face off with CB Dollaway who did not land one punch in his fight with Lyoto Machida. The last big fight announced for the card is a matchup between to veteran UFC fighters and former title contenders. Joe Riggs and Patrick Cote are looking to keep their jobs as they face off as two people that have fought in multiple weight classes. The UFC 186 Fight Card is looking to be another great fight card in the 2015 UFC fight campaign.