On July 9th will be the biggest Mixed Martial Arts event in the history of the sport as UFC 200 will feature three title fights. The fight card was first announced Wednesday Morning on ABC's Good Morning America.
The Main Event on the card will be a Light Heavyweight Unification Title Fight between Interim Champion Jon Jones and current title holder Daniel Cormier...
UFC 197 is Saturday April 23rd featuring two title fights: former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones faces number 6 ranked Light Heavyweight Ovince Saint Preux for the Interim UFC Title and UFC Flyweight Champion Demetrious Johnson defends his title against number 2 ranked Flyweight Henry Cejudo.
When the UFC announced the fight card for UFC 200 many fans noticed that Conor McGregor would not be defending his 145 lbs belt versus number one contender Frankie Edgar. Instead McGregor will rematch Nate Diaz while Edgar will rematch Jose Aldo for the Interm UFC Featherweight Belt on the line...
New Jersey's own Frankie Edgar is the number one contender in UFC's Featherweight Division and he is the former UFC Lightweight Champion. Edgar is the next in line to face the UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor; according to UFC President Dana White a fight between Edgar and McGregor could happen in July at UFC 200.
MMA Insider Dizz, @TalkMMA on Twitter, spoke with 97.3 ESPN FM's Josh Hennig to review UFC's big December title fights along with the futures for Ronda Rousey and South Jersey's own Frankie Edgar.
Checkout the interview here: