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UFC 163 fight card: Previews, predictions, and a complete guide to 'Aldo vs. Korean Zombie' in Brazil

UFC 163: "Aldo vs. Korean Zombie" is all set to pop off tonight (Sat., Aug. 2, 2013) from the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and we've got a complete guide to the show with links to all the major storylines right here.

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is all set to blow the roof off the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with its latest pay-per-view (PPV) offering, UFC 163: "Aldo vs. Korean Zombie" featuring Jose Aldo defending his featherweight championship against Chan Sung Jung.

The other featured bouts booked for the card include Lyoto Machida squaring off against Phil Davis and Thales Leites making his return to the Octagon to battle Tom Watson.

With anticipation running high and so many news stories hitting you at once, we can understand if you missed a few and need an easy guide to get to them all.

Well stand back, Maniacs, because we're using technology.


UFC 163 Preview and Predictions

Nostradumbass predicts the card

Prelims preview and picks part one

Prelims preview and picks part two

Preview: John Linekar vs. Jose Maria Tome

Preview: Cezar Mutante vs. Thiago Santos

Preview: Tom Watson vs. Thales Leites

Preview: Lyoto Machida vs. Phil Davis

Preview: Jose Aldo vs. Chan Sung Jung

UFC 163 Weigh-Ins

Results and live coverage

Full video replay

Staredowns from the top fights

Photo gallery

UFC 163 Odds and Ends

Latest odds and betting guide

Open media workout video highlights

Open media workout photo gallery

Full press conference video replay

Complete fighter breakdown: Jose Aldo

Complete fighter breakdown: Chan Sung Jung

The Top Two: Most important fights

Winner's Circle: What victory means for top fighters

Five burning questions

UFC 163 Editorials

Jose Aldo is not overlooking Chan Sung Jung

People will be begging for a Phil Davis title shot

Thales Leites: Being cut from the UFC was good for me

Tom Watson looking to knock out Thales Leites

Ian McCall hopes others can learn from his many mistakes

Ian McCall doesn't deserve to keep his job if he loses to a guy no one knows

Vinny Magalhaes deserves to be cut if he loses, too


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 PPV.