Get ready Montreal because the UFC heading your way to fight fans around the world UFC 186.

Currently set to headline the stacked card is a bantamweight title fight between reigning champion T.J. Dillashaw and former champion Renan Barão. The two previously fought in the main event of UFC 173 where fans saw Dillashaw snap Barão’s 33 fight unbeaten streak, claiming his title in the process.

The rematch was almost immediately booked for the main event of UFC 177 in August.  However, in one of the most bizarre series of events in UFC history, Barão (32-2) pulled out of the bout just hours before the scheduled weigh-ins. It was later revealed he was taken to the hospital after he lost consciousness and hit his head while cutting weight in the sauna. The UFC would end up replacing the  Barão with promotional newcomer Joe Soto, who would go on to suffer a violent fifth round knockout to Dillashaw.

Barão would eventually get back into the win column with third round submission over Mitch Gagnon at UFC Fight Night 58 in December.

Also as expected, a pivotal welterweight matchup between hometown favorite Rory MacDonald and the surging Hector Lombard is set to serve as the co-main event. The winner of this bout is expected to be named the new number contender of the  UFC’s 170-pound division.

MacDonald (18-2), a Montreal native, was last seen walking away with a violent third round knockout over former Strikeforce champion Tarec Saffiedine in their main event matchup at UFC Fight Night 54 in October. This victory not only marked the TriStar Gym product’s first stoppage win since 2011 but also extended his win streak to three straight, which includes a dominant decision win over Tyron Woodley and a Fight of the Night performance over Demian Maia.

Lombard (35-4), the former Bellator middleweight champion, will enter this bout riding a three fight wins streak since making the drop down to 170-pounds. In his most recent performance, the man known as “Showweather” earned a decision win over former WSOF champion Josh Burkman at UFC 182. Prior to this win, Lombard dominated former Strikeforce middleweight champion and UFC welterweight title contender Jake Shields from pillar to post en route to a decision win at UFC 171 in March 2014.

A light heavyweight battle between the returning Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson and fan favorite Fábio Maldonado was also announced for the main card.

As a former UFC champion Jackson (35-11)  holds victories over several MMA icons such as Chuck Liddell, Lyoto Machida, Wanderlei Silva and Dan Henderson. In his most recent effort he earned a controversial split decision win over ‘King Mo’ Muhammed Lawal in their main event grudge match at Bellator 120 in May. Prior to this win, he earned back-to-back first round TKOs over Joey Beltran and Christian M’Pumbu in his first two fights under the Bellator banner. He has not competed inside the Octagon since he parted ways with the UFC back in 2012 following three straight losses to Jon Jones, Ryan Bader and Glover Teixeira.

Maldonado (22-7) will enter this bout riding a four fight win streak at 205-pounds. In his most recent effort the he walked away with a second round TKO win over Hans Stringer at UFC 179 in October. This marked the Brazilian’s first stoppage win since 2010 and 13th knockout of his career.

UFC 186 is currently scheduled to take place on April 25th at Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

A middleweight matchup between C.B. Dollaway and Michael Bisping as well as a welterweight contest between Patrick Côté and Joe Riggs will round out the rest of the main card.