The UFC makes it’s 2nd stop at Madison Square Garden on November 4. The card currently has 7 fights and 2 championship contests.
The main event will see the return of George “Rush” St. Pierre, wildly regarded as the greatest Welterweight of all time, moving up to challenge Michael “The Count” Bisping for the UFC Middleweight title.
The co-main event has former UFC Bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw challenging his former teammate Cody “No Love” Garbrandt for the UFC Bantamweight title.
Undefeated Brazilian Paulo Borrachinha takes on former UFC Welterweight champion Johny “Bigg Rigg” Hendricks at Middleweight. In the Heavyweight division submission specialist Aleksei Oleinik squares off with streaking Curtis Blaydes. Grinders collide at Light Heavyweight as Corey Anderson meets Patrick Cummins. Also at 205 lbs. Rusian grappler Gadzhimurad Antigulov faces the always aggressive Ion Cutelaba. And at Bantamweight undefeated Aiemann Zahabi clashes with Legacy FC vet Ricardo Lucas Ramos .
185 Title: (c) Michael Bisping (30-7) vs. Georges St. Pierre (25-2)
135 Title: (c) Cody Garbrandt (11-0) vs. TJ Dillashaw (14-3)
185: Johny Hendricks (18-7) vs. Paulo Borrachinha (10-0)
HW: Aleksei Oleinik (55-10) vs. Curtis Blaydes (8-1)
205: Corey Anderson (9-3) vs. Patrick Cummins (10-4)
205: Gadzhimurad Antigulov (20-4) vs. Ion Cutelaba (13-3)
135: Aiemann Zahabi (7-0) vs. Ricardo Lucas Ramos (10-1)