Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is all set to blow the roof off the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, with its latest pay-per-view (PPV) offering, UFC 169: "Barao vs. Faber 2," featuring Renan Barao defending his bantamweight championship -- not the interim belt, mind you -- in a rematch against Urijah Faber, who he defeated back at UFC 149 to win the original interim title.
The other featured bout on the card is a featherweight championship showdown pitting long reigning division kingpin Jose Aldo putting his strap on the line against the always dangerous but unheralded Ricardo Lamas. Elsewhere, Frank Mir will battle Alistair Overeem in heavyweight action.
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.
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UFC 169 Preview and Predictions
Nostradumbass predicts the card
Prelims preview and picks part one
Prelims preview and picks part two
Preview: Jamie Varner vs. Abel Trujillo
Preview: John Linekar vs. Ali Bagautinov
Preview: Frank Mir vs. Alistair Overeem
Preview: Jose Aldo vs. Ricardo Lamas
Preview: Renan Barao vs. Urijah Faber 2
UFC 169 Weigh Ins
Alistair Overeem side-by-side beef
John Lineker misses weight, then drops it
UFC 169 Odds and Ends
Complete fighter breakdown: Urijah Faber
Complete fighter breakdown: Renan Barao
Winner's Circle: What victory means for top fighters
Countdown to "Barao vs. Faber 2"
Dana White pre-fight media scrum
Super Bowl Media Day clips promoting the UFC belt
UFC 169 Editorials
Urijah Faber definitely deserves another title shot
Frank Mir granted TRT exemption for Alistair Overeem fight
Frank Mir will be subject to extensive drug testing
Frank Mir won't retire if he loses to Alistair Overeem
Alistair Overeem won't retire if he loses to Frank Mir
Dana White: Mir vs. Overeem is not do-or-die
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 pay-per-view.