BREAKING: Tate vs. Nunes will now headline UFC 200

Dana White and the UFC are hoping that the Tate vs. Nunes delivers the goods on Saturday night.
Dana White and the UFC are hoping that the Tate vs. Nunes delivers the goods on Saturday night.

By Kyler Kuehler

In case you have not heard Lesnar vs. Hunt will be switched to the co-main event and Miesha Tate vs. Amanda Nunes will now headline what we all hope will be the biggest card ever in UFC history; not to mention Jon Jones screwing up at the last minute causing all this chaotic mess. I know that many of you were probably really upset when Jones was pulled from the card, (believe me I was too) but the show must go on and what better way than to keep the main event a title fight still and still keep the card as perfect as it can be.

Though some might not be happy with the main event as they were preferring Lesnar vs. Hunt much more and will probably cause this card to not obtain as many buys as Dana White and the entire UFC board were planning. If you were still thinking about not wanting to watch this card after all the news well I can say that you should because it will be worth your while, especially since it will be headlined by two female athletes and we all know that the women of UFC never fail to impress.

And who knows, maybe we will get to see a five round war that will leave us in amazement after the night is over and forget for just a few hours about Jon Jones screwing this card up inside-out.

On a side note; Daniel Cormier will now face Anderson Silva in a light heavyweight match-up and a non-title fight. Every other fight stays the same and will air at their scheduled times this Saturday.