Saturday night’s UFC 175 event is the centerpiece of the UFC’s International Fight Week in Las Vegas and we’ve got the full fight card for you below.

Headlining the show is a middleweight title fight between Chris Weidman – making his first title defense since back-to-back victories over Anderson Silva – and Lyoto Machida who racked up wins over Mark Munoz and Gegard Mousasi since moving down from light-heavyweight to line up this shot at the belt.

A second title fight can be found in the evening’s co-main event as woman’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey makes the fourth defence of her UFC title against Alexis Davis who’s unbeaten in her last five fights, three of those inside the Octagon.

Heavyweight Stefan Struve’s career was left in doubt last year after doctor’s discovered he had a heart defect, but he’s since been given the all-clear to continue competing and with four wins in his last five fights he can get right back into the thick of things in the division if he can defeat Matt Mitrione who’s been showing mixed form of late with just two wins in his last five appearances.

Uriah Hall looked good in last victory over Chris Leben and he’ll look to continue that momentum against Thiago Santos who TKO’d Ronny Markes in under a minute in his last fight.

Opening up the main card is Marcus Brimage who will be hoping to rebound from a loss to Conor McGregor when he takes on Russell Doane who was victorious in his UFC debut at the start of the year.

Check out the full UFC 175 fight card below.

Main Card:

Chris Weidman vs. Lyoto Machida
Ronda Rousey vs. Alexis Davis
Stefan Struve vs. Matt Mitrione
Uriah Hall vs. Thiago Santos
Marcus Brimage vs. Russell Doane


Urijah Faber vs. Alex Caceres
Kenny Robertson vs. Ildemar Alcantara
Bruno Santos vs. Chris Camozzi
George Roop vs. Rob Font
Luke Zachrich vs. Guilherme Vasconcelos
Kevin Casey vs. Bubba Bush

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