UFC 213 in Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena July 8th

UFC 213 for 2017 is brimming with a star-studded card. The following, will give you a brief overview of what avid fans can look forward to.
Nunes vs. Shevchenko
This bantamweight women’s battle is one of a possible two championship fights being held at UFC 213. Nunes is looking to defend her title for the second time after taking down the incomparable Rousey back in December. Last March, Schevchenko was defeated by Nunes in a very close decision, therefore she has a definitive axe to grind.
Lawler vs. Cerrone
This duo was originally slated to battle it out during UFC 205, but it was Lawler that opted for additional time. Now that he has fully healed from his loss by knockout to Tyron Woodley and is ready for a battle royal.
Werdum vs. Overeem
The number one contender’s bout for UFC 213 will host a former heavy weight champion (Werdum) and a third ranked heavy weight (Alistair). The winner of this match will earn a prospective shot at the belt that is currently being held by Stipe Miocic.
Pettis vs. Miller
After a minor stint as a featherweight, Pettis is working his way back up to the rankings of lightweight. Miller is unranked, but he is quite talented and delivers an impressive punch along with one of the best ground games within the division. Sixth ranked Pettis has lost four of his last five fights and needs a win to qualify for a run at the lightweight title.
Romero vs. Whittaker
Both competitors have been on impressive winning streaks, which will make this bout one for the ages.
Browne vs. Olenik
Browne needs this win in order to hold on to his position within the top ten of heavyweights standing. Olenik has racked up a trio of first round finishes, therefore there matchup will be interesting as well as intriguing.
Mein vs. Muhammad
After a two-year break, Mein is looking for a win. This will be an intense mashup between the fierce Chicago striker (Muhammad) and the Canadian (Mein) who both want to be within the top 15 of welterweights