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Top Reasons to Watch UFC 173

5 Reasons to Watch UFC 173: Barao vs. Dillashaw
By: Damon Martin, FOX Sports
"The fighter who UFC president Dana White routinely calls the best pound-for-pound in the entire sport will return to action this weekend as Renan Barao looks to make the fourth consecutive defense of his bantamweight title taking on another member from Team Alpha Male as T.J. Dillashaw looks to pull a massive upset and bring the belt back to America.

"The stakes are also very high in the co-main event of the evening when the undefeated, two-time Olympian Daniel Cormier takes on Dan Henderson with the winner moving on to compete for the UFC light heavyweight title against either Jon Jones or Alexander Gustafsson."

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