The UFC almost saw another weight cutting issue blow-up a card as it remained a big issue but in the end the rematch that people were waiting for just led to a more confusing future for the Light Heavyweight division.
Daniel Cormier might not be the fan favourite but he continues to win and he will remain a champion if he remembers what got him the light heavyweight title and ignore the fans.
The hype around UFC 200 seemed to centre around rivalries that could come after the pay-per-view and after a disappointing night only one rivalry will be seen.
The UFC has come a long way in 200 Pay-per-View events but there is plenty of work left to do as the UFC continues to use old tactics to sell fights heading into UFC 200.
It was supposed to be a night to highlight the welterweight and light heavyweight title races but all that changed a day before UFC 192.
There will be plenty on the line as the UFC travels to Houston for UFC 192 with three big fights that will all have a big impact on the titles in two weight divisions.
It was a busy night for the UFC as five divisions were all on display as top fighters had chances for title fights and two titles were on the line.
It is a busy weekend for the UFC as two title races will be solved while two more divisions see some of their top fighters put themselves in title contention.
Heading into UFC 182 the talk concentrated on the rivalry between light heavyweight champion, Jon Jones and his challenger, Daniel Cormier. Both fighters did not like each other very much and they certainly didn’t hide it heading into the fight. With one fight between the two cancelled due to an injury to Jones there was plenty of time for fans to find out that these two fighters were happy to get in the octagon and beat each other up.
The UFC returns for another year of fights and they are kicking things off with what could be the biggest fight of the year. That is hard to say since it is also the first fight of the year and there is plenty of time for big matchups. What makes this possibly different from all of them is the true hate between the main event fighters. This fight was supposed to take place a lot earlier until everything seemed to go wrong for the UFC. First it was the rematch that everyone wanted to see as Jon Jones was set to defend his Light Heavyweight title against Alexander Gustafsson for the second time.