VER%AO& Miesha Tate (vs Amanda Nunes VIVO

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VER%AO& Miesha Tate (vs Amanda Nunes VIVO

UFC 200 is all set to pop off tonight (Sat., July 9, 2016) from the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada at 6:30 p.m. ET, live on pay-per-view (PPV), featuring Brock Lesnar making his return to the Octagon after five years away to do battle against Mark Hunt. will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of the Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Hunt main event fight below, with quick results available for every other bout on the card.
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    Women's Bantamweight: Miesha Tate (c) vs Amanda Nunes    Heavyweight: Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt    Light Heavyweight: Daniel Cormier vs Anderson Silva    Featherweight: Frankie Edgar vs Jose Aldo    Heavyweight: Cain Velasquez vs Travis Browne
The former front-rower is almost as wide as he is tall, dwarfing Mike Tyson in a recent photo, and cites players from both rugby codes - Israel Folau, Paul Gallen, Jason Stevens and the Fainga'a twins - as sportsmen he admires. While playing league professionally appealed at one point, Hunt reckons he was "born to fight".
Following in Hunt's footsteps is the emerging Aussie UFC star, 21 year-old lightweight (77kg) prospect Jake Matthews, who takes on talented 23 year-old American wrestler Kevin Lee in The Ultimate Fighter 23 Finale on UFC Fight Pass on Friday night (NZT Saturday).
Matthews has strong MMA heritage: his father, Mick, with whom he jointly runs an MMA gym in Melbourne, was a national taekwondo champ while his mum competed at state level.
Since the UFC's Ronda Rousey and Holy Holm card in Melbourne, which packed 56,000 people into Ethiad stadium, Matthews has noticed a big increase in local interest in the sport, especially among females.
Father Mick says Australians are culturally disposed to succeeding in MMA because "we're tough and live much of our life outdoors", which for Jake involved dirt-bike riding, wakeboarding, rock-climbing and abseiling.
With quiet assurance the ascendant UFC light-weight says he could "beat current world-champion Rafael Dos Anjos today," and hopes to pip Mark Hunt and Rob Whittaker, a middleweight contender, to be the first Aussie to win a UFC title.

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