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Fights to Make After UFC 200

The biggest event in UFC history has passed and these are the fights that should be made in the aftermath:

Cain Velasquez vs. Travis Browne

The old Cain is back. Velasquez came in and dominated Travis Browne, winning by TKO in round 1.

Browne has lost three of his last five fights and needs a win to get back on track. Ruslan Magomedov is no pushover, but that could be a good match up for both.

Cain Velasquez has put himself in position for another title shot. He should get the winner of Stipe Miocic vs. Alistar Overeem.

Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar

Jose Aldo silenced the critics with a vintage Jose Aldo performance to win the interim featherweight strap. He will face Conor McGregor next.

Frankie Edgar has said in the past that he could fight at bantamweight in the past. If he chooses to do so, Raphael Assuncao would be an interesting welcome to the division. If he chooses to stay at featherweight, a fight with Max Holloway would be a great fight.

Anderson Silva vs. Daniel Cormier

Anderson Silva stepped in on two days notice to fight the light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier. The fight went how everyone expected, but Silva put up a great fight considering the circumstances.

Anderson Silva vs. Uriah Hall fell off of the UFC 198 card, but I’d like to see it go down.

Daniel Cormier will most likely face the winner of Anthony Johnson vs. Glover Teixeira.

Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Hunt

The beast is back! Brock Lesnar dominated Mark Hunt to earn a decision victory.

Hunt is one of the hardest hitters the sport has ever seen. A fight with the winner of Andrei Arlovski vs. Josh Barnett would be a lot of fun.

If Brock decides to come back a fight with Junior Dos Santos would be a great test for him.

Miesha Tate vs. Amanda Nunes

Amanda Nunes shocked the world and became the UFC’s first openly gay champion. She should wait for Ronda Rousey or face Holly Holm if she gets by Shevchenko, if Holm loses and Nunes does not wait for Rousey, Julianna Pena deserves the shot.

Miesha Tate did not look good against Nunes, but another fight with Cat Zingano makes sense for both. Either could vault themselves back into title contention with a win.

 

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