The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is all set to blow the roof off the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan, with its latest free television offering, UFC on FUEL TV 8: "Silva vs. Stann" featuring what could be the most loaded card the promotion has ever put on free TV.
"Silva vs. Stann" will feature a light heavyweight bangfest pitting PRIDE FC legend Wanderlei Silva against American war hero Brian Stann in the main event of the evening. UFC on FUEL TV 8 will also feature a lightweight contest that pits Diego Sanchez vs. Takanori Gomi while Mark Hunt tries to dazzle the Japanese fans by trading leather with fellow heavyweight striker Stefan Struve.
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UFC on FUEL TV 8 Previews and Predictions
Results and live fight coverage
Prelims preview and predictions part one
Prelims preview and predictions part two
Preview: Siyar Bahadurzada vs. Dong Hyun Kim
Preview: Mizuto Hirota vs. Rani Yahya
Preview: Yushin Okami vs. Hector Lombard
Preview: Takanori Gomi vs. Diego Sanchez
Preview: Mark Hunt vs. Stefan Struve
Preview: Wanderlei Silva vs. Brian Stann
Full video preview: Silva vs. Stann
UFC on FUEL TV 8 Weigh Ins
Diego Sanchez fined 20-percent of purse for being overweight
UFC on FUEL TV 8 Press Conference
UFC on FUEL TV 8 Odds and Ends
Dana White video blog episode one
Winner's circle: What victory would mean for featured fighters
Four burning questions going into the event
21 facts about 'Silva vs. Stann' in Japan
Complete fighter breakdown: Wanderlei Silva
Complete fighter breakdown: Brian Stann
Hector Lombard wants to fight Michael Bisping after beating Yushin Okami
Hector Lombard is scared he'll get released if his fight with Yushi Okami is boring
Brian Stann is one and done at light heavyweight
Wanderlei Silva won't be retiring after Brian Stann fight
Wanderlei Silva eyeing 'Fight of the Night' bonus in return to Japan
Diego Sanchez thinks Takanori Gomi fight is perfect for war
That's just a taste of what's to come.
We all know the major storylines heading into tonight's event and they'll play themselves out live on FUEL TV.