Hello fans UFC 214: Cormier vs Jones 2 is an upcoming UFC event that will be held on July 29, 2017 at Honda Center in Anaheim, California. You can easily watch here UFC 214 live full fight card online.
A PPV event was initially planned for Anaheim on January 21, 2017, but was rescheduled for this date after a lack of suitable headlining fights could be arranged for the initial date in January.
Cormier vs Jones 2: In the main event, longtime rivals Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones will fight in a rematch for the UFC light heavyweight championship. This time, though, Cormier is the champion and Jones is the challenger, a switch up from their first fight.
In the co-main event, Tyron Woodley looks to defend his UFC welterweight championship another time when he meets top contender Demian Maia. That fight will be supported by a vacant UFC women’s featherweight championship bout between Cris “Cyborg” Justino and Tonya Evinger.
Also on the card are fighters such as Jimi Manuwa, Robbie Lawler and Renan Barao, among others. With that, let’s take a look at this stacked card and make some predictions for what should be a wild night of fights.
Date: Saturday, July 29
Location: Anaheim, California.
Location: Honda Center
TV Info: UFC Fight Pass, FOX Sports 1 and PPV
Live Stream: Watch Here
Main Card (Pay-per-view, 10pm ET)
Daniel Cormier vs Jon Jones – for the light heavyweight championship
Tyron Woodley vs Demian Maia – for the welterweight championship
Cris Cyborg vs Tonya Evinger – for the vacant women’s featherweight championship
Robbie Lawler vs Donald Cerrone
Jimi Manuwa vs Volkan Oezdemir
Preliminary Card (FXX, 8pm ET)
Jason Knight vs Ricardo Lamas
Renan Barao vs Aljamain Sterling
Brian Ortega vs Renato Moicano
Calvin Kattar vs Andre Fili
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30 pm ET)
Kailin Curran vs Alexandra Albu
Eric Shelton vs Jarred Brooks
Josh Burkman vs Drew Dober
The biggest feud in the UFC right now will get settled in the main event, as light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier looks to silence the voices in his head planted their by his arch rival Jon Jones, who put them there by beating him a couple of years ago.
There are so many question marks with Jones due to his inactivity caused by interferences in his personal life. He last fought in April of last year, winning a lackluster performance over Ovince Saint Preux. Since then, he’s been inactive. Cormier, on the other hand, has become the best light heavyweight in the world.
His resume speaks for itself, whether it’s from his amateur wrestling career or his reign as UFC champion. In a normal circumstance, I would go with Jones; however, this is not normal circumstance for Jones. I’d love to go with him here, but his time off is concerning. Cormier takes the win, unless classic Jon Jones shows up.