An event like UFC 194 doesn’t come around too often.
Situated smack-dab in the middle of the promotion’s historic December schedule, the looming card is building up to accomplish greatness.
The headliner, a featherweight unification bout between champion Jose Aldo and interim titleholder Conor McGregor, is being revered as the most anticipated championship tilt since Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen II. There’s no mistaking the aura surrounding this impending classic, making it a necessity come Dec. 12.
But as the sheets are pulled back and a complete five-fight main card is revealed, our senses begin to tingle. Can this truly go down as the best UFC event ever? One that surpasses the likes of UFC 100 and UFC 189?
That sort of history has yet to be written, but the stars are aligning for UFC 194 to capture ultimate glory.
Here is why the promotion’s last pay-per-view of 2015 will be its finest to date.