The UFC has made a big change to the UFC Fight Night 73 card as they have moved the bout between Chris Camozzi and Tom Watson from the main card to the prelims and the women’s bantamweight matchup between Sara McMann and Amanda Nunes has been promoted from the prelims to the main card at tomorrow night’s event.

UFC Fight Night 73 will be held on Saturday, August 8, 2015 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee and will be headlined by a light heavyweight bout between former title challenger Glover Teixeira and Tennessee native Ovince Saint Preux.

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Chris Camozzi (20-10) is currently on a one-fight losing streak. In his last five bouts, he is 1-4.

Tom Watson (17-8) is currently on a one-fight losing streak. In her last five bouts, he’s 2-3.

Sara McMann (8-2) is also 3-2 in her last five fights. She’s coming off a majority decision loss to Miesha Tate back at UFC 183 coming into UFC Fight Night 73.

Amanda Nunes (10-4) is 3-2 in her last five bouts and is currently on a one-fight winning streak as she beat Shayna Baszler at UFC Fight Night 62 by first-round TKO.

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With the change, the lineup now includes:

MAIN CARD (FOX Sports 1, 10 p.m. ET)

  • Ovince Saint Preux vs. Glover Teixeira
  • Beneil Dariush vs. Michael Johnson
  • Sam Alvey vs. Derek Brunson
  • Timothy Johnson vs. Jared Rosholt
  • Sara McMann vs. Amanda Nunes
  • Ray Borg vs. Geane Herrera


  • Oluwale Bamgbose vs. Uriah Hall
  • Chris Camozzi vs. Tom Watson
  • Willie Gates vs. Dustin Ortiz
  • Sirwan Kakai vs. Frankie Saenz
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PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30 p.m. ET)

  • Jonathan Wilson vs. Chris Dempsey
  • Roman Salazar vs. Marlon Vera
  • Anthony Christodoulou vs. Scott Holtzman
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