On Saturday, June 28, the UFC will host two events.

First up will be the promotion’s first trip to New Zealand for UFC Fight Night 43: Te Huna vs. Marquardt which takes place from the Vector Arena in Auckland.

In the night’s main event, New Zealand native James Te Huna will make his middleweight debut against former Strikeforce title holder and UFC title challenger Nate Marquardt. Te Huna went 5-3 competing in the light heavyweight division, with losses against top-10 fighters Alexander Gustafsson, Glover Teixeira and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua. The 32-year-old was knocked out by Rua in December. Marquardt, meanwhile, will return to the 185-pound division for the first time since 2011. The 35-year-old captured Strikeforce gold against Tyron Woodley, but was outclassed by Tarec Saffiedine in his first title defense. Since his UFC return, he’s been knocked out by Jake Ellenberger and Hector Lombard.

The night’s co-main event will pit heavy-handed Australian Soa Palelei against wrestling stalwart Jared Rosholt in a heavyweight affair. Palelei has gone a perfect 3-0 since his promotional return in the summer of 2013. The 36-year-old rides an 11-fight winning streak into the Octagon. Rosholt also rides a lengthy winning streak into the contest, having reeled off six straight, including two in the UFC. Each will look to crack the top-15 rankings with a win.

The 10-fight event will kick off Saturday at 2:30 a.m. ET with a six-fight preliminary card streaming live on the promotion’s digital network, UFC Fight Pass. The four-fight main card follows at 5 a.m. ET, also on UFC Fight Pass.

Later on the same day, they will host UFC Fight Night 44: Swanson vs. Stephens from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

In the night’s main event, hard-hitting featherweights Cub Swanson and Jeremy Stephens will collide with a potential title shot on the line. Swanson enters the contest riding a five-fight winning streak that includes four finishes via strikes. The 30-year-old has only tasted defeat once inside the Octagon since moving over from the WEC. Across the cage, the 28-year-old Stephens will look to continue his climb up the 145-pound ranks. After dropping three straight fights at lightweight, Stephens has reinvented himself at featherweight, scoring three straight wins.

The night’s co-main event will feature The Ultimate Fighter 17 winner Kelvin Gastelum against Sweden’s Nicholas Musoke. Gastelum carries a perfect, 8-0 record into the contest, having won three straight inside the UFC. Musoke, meanwhile, has picked up two straight wins since joining the promotion in late 2013

The 11-fight event will kick off Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET with a lone fight streaming live on the promotion’s digital network, UFC Fight Pass. Four additional preliminary card fights will follow on Fox Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, with the six-fight main card beginning at 10 p.m. ET, also on Fox Sports 1.

The MMA Corner’s Josh Davis, Jason Schielke and Justin Fuller break down the main cards of both events in the live stream above (held on Google Plus) starting at 10 p.m. ET. If you want to put in your two cents or ask the hosts a question, feel free to tweet them @TheMMACorner or hit up the question and answer section of the stream.

UFC Fight Night 43 Fight Card
James Te Huna vs. Nate Marquardt
Soa Palelei vs. Jared Rosholt
Hatsu Hioki vs. Charles Oliveira
Robert Whittaker vs. Mike Rhodes
Dashon Johnson vs. Jake Matthews
Roldan Sangcha-an vs. Richie Vaculik
Vik Grujic vs. Chris Indich
Rodrigo Goiana de Lima vs. Neil Magny
Ian Entwistle vs. Daniel Hooker
Sean O’Connell vs. Gian Villante

UFC Fight Night 44 Fight Card
Cub Swanson vs. Jeremy Stephens
Kelvin Gastelum vs. Nicholas Musoke
Andrew Craig vs. Cezar Ferreira
Hacran Dias vs. Ricardo Lamas
Clint Hester vs. Antonio Braga Neto
Joe Ellenberger vs. James Moontasri
Carlos Diego Ferreira vs. Colton Smith
Johnny Bedford vs. Cody Gibson
Andy Enz vs. Marcelo Guimaraes
Ray Borg vs. Shane Howell
Anthony Hamilton vs. Oleksiy Oliynyk