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UFC 245, set for Saturday, December 14th at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The pay-per-view main event is a hotly anticipated welterweight title fight between champion Kamaru Usman and Colby Covington.



The co-main event is men’s featherweight champ Max Holloway versus Alex Volkanovski, while two-division champion Amanda Nunes defends her women’s bantamweight title against Germaine de Randamie.

I think Covington will overtake Usman at the start of the duel. I don't want him to, but I think Usman is going to get carried away with his emotions and that he will have a hard time getting into his game plan at the start. If he manages to get through the storm at the start, the Nigerian will be able to come back to his strategy of departure, but I have the impression that Covington has managed to get him in the head and that Usman will just want him get through without following a game plan.

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Max Holloway will once again try to defend his featherweight title. Alexander Volkanovski cannot stay away, he must go inside. He absolutely must do what Frankie Edgar did not do in his last fight in July, when he bowed by unanimous decision. Volkanovski has to go inside, fight and work in ground and pound. He can't stand with Holloway. Conversely, the current champion must travel, work in volume, in and out as they say. That is, he should never stay at a distance from Volkanovski, but at his distance, and it is something in which the Hawaiian excels.

The UFC 245 pay-per-view (PPV) event will be headlined by the welterweight showdown between Kamaru Usman (champion) and Colby Covington (challenger), as they settle their long-standing beef that includes manager, Ali Abdelaziz, for reasons not quite understood.

In the co-main event, which carries much less drama, reigning featherweight champion, Max Holloway, will put his 145-pound title on the line against streaking division standout, Alexander Volkanovski, who earned his spot by winning seven straight fights.

In addition, Amanda Nunes returns to the Octagon to rematch Dutch kickboxer Germaine de Randamie in a rematch that was complete unnecessary but hey, at least “Lioness” is out there defending her titles, unlike some of the other two-division champions. Not naming any names but it rhymes with Menudo.

Now that everyone has weighed in and all three title fights are official, let’s go ahead and deconstruct the match ups below. And for good measure, we’ll also take a closer look at the remaining main card fights featuring Jose Aldo vs. Marlon Moraes and Urijah Faber vs. Petr Yan, with both contests taking place in the bantamweight division.

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