On Saturday, July 5, the UFC will host UFC 175: Weidman vs. Machida from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.

In the night’s main event, the promotion’s middleweight title will be on the line as champion Chris Weidman squares off with former lightweight heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida. Weidman captured the belt with a stunning knockout of Anderson Silva at UFC 162, and then retained the title in their rematch at UFC 168. The Brazilian Machida, meanwhile, has picked up back-to-back wins at 185 pounds: a knockout of Mark Munoz and a decision win over Gegard Mousasi.

The night’s co-main event will also feature UFC gold on the line as women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey looks to continue her dominance at 135 pounds as she faces off with Canadian Alexis Davis. Rousey was last in action at UFC 170, scoring her first TKO win over Sara McMann. Davis rides the momentum of a five-fight winning streak into the title affair, including three straight inside the Octagon.

Rounding out the main card will be a heavyweight clash between Matt Mitrione and Stefan Struve, a middleweight contest between Uriah Hall and Thiago Santos, and a bantamweight battle featuring Marcus Brimage and Russell Doane.

The 11-fight card kicks off Saturday at 7 p.m. ET with two fights streaming on UFC Fight Pass. Four additional bouts follow on Fox Sports 1 on at 8 p.m. ET, with the pay-per-view main card beginning at 10 p.m. ET.

The following day, Sunday, July 6, the UFC will host The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.

In the night’s main event, a pair of former champions will meet for a third time as former lightweight kingpin Frankie Edgar locks horns with former lightweight and welterweight title holder B.J. Penn. The pair served as coaches on the 19th season of the UFC’s flagship reality series, The Ultimate Fighter.

Edgar and Penn have met twice before with the promotion’s lightweight title on the line. Edgar bested Penn via controversial decision in the pair’s first meeting at UFC 112 in 2010. Edgar then cruised to a lopsided decision win at UFC 118 later that year. Since then, both fighters have had mixed results inside the Octagon.

At UFC 162 in July, Edgar got back in the win column with a “Fight of the Night” battle against Charles Oliveira. Penn, meanwhile, moved back to welterweight following his losses to Edgar. The Hawaiian most recently fell short on the scorecards against Rory MacDonald. The former two-division title holder will drop to featherweight for the first time in his career for his trilogy with Edgar.

Also on the main card, the promotion will crown new TUF champions at middleweight and light heavyweight. In the 185-pound final, Eddie Gordon takes on Dhiego Lima, while the 205-pound final features Corey Anderson vs. Matt Van Buren.

The 11-fight event kicks off Sunday at 6 p.m. ET with two bouts streaming live on the promotion’s digital network, UFC Fight Pass. Four additional bouts follow on Fox Sports 1 at 7 p.m. ET, with the five-fight main card beginning at 9 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1.

The MMA Corner’s team 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 175 Fight Card
Chris Weidman vs. Lyoto Machida – for middleweight title
Ronda Rousey vs. Alexis Davis – for women’s bantamweight title
Matt Mitrione vs. Stefan Struve
Uriah Hall vs. Thiago “Marreta” Santos
Marcus Brimage vs. Russell Doane
Urijah Faber vs. Alex Caceres
Ildemar Alcantara vs. Kenny Robertson
Chris Camozzi vs. Bruno Santos
George Roop vs. Rob Font
Luke Zachrich vs. Guilherme Vasconcelos
Kevin Casey vs. William “Bubba” Bush

TUF 19 Finale Fight Card
Frankie Edgar vs. B.J. Penn
Eddie Gordon vs. Dhiego Lima – middleweight tournament final
Corey Anderson vs. Matt Van Buren – light heavyweight tournament final
Guto Inocente vs. Derrick Lewis
Dustin Ortiz vs. Justin Scoggins
Kevin Lee vs. Jesse Ronson
Leandro Issa vs. Jumabieke Tuerxun
Adriano Martins vs. Juan Manuel Puig
Daniel Spohn vs. Patrick Walsh
Alexis Dufresne vs. Sarah Moras
Keith Berish vs. Robert Drysdale