Next Saturday will see a stacked UFC on Fox card go down in the Garden State as UFC on Fox 15 takes place at the Prudential Center. It’s one of the best UFC on Fox cards in recent memory, with Luke Rockhold vs. Lyoto Machida as a marquee headliner which will have a huge impact on the middleweight division. That match could very well determine who takes on the winner of Chris Weidman vs. Vitor Belfort in May.

Outside the fantastic main event, the card also features Jacare Souza, another potential contender at middleweight. Originally scheduled to face Yoel Romero (a fight previously nixed by injury), Romero was forced to pull out due to injury just a week out, replaced by Chris Camozzi — a fighter Souza made short work of back in 2013.

Also on the card, Max Holloway takes a step up in competition as he meets Cub Swanson, and Paige VanZant does the same in facing the much more experienced Felice Herrig. And that’s just the main card. Preliminary action features the likes of Jim Miller, Patrick Cummins, Ovince St. Preux, Takeya Mizugaki and others.

In short, it’s a stacked event for free TV and should be a great night of action.

Lets take a look at what you can expect from UFC on Fox 15.

A Repeat of 2013 in Souza vs. Camozzi 2

For those in attendance and those watching at home, Jacare Souza vs. Yoel Romero was expected to answer a lot of questions. Is Romero that good? Is Jacare ready to be a contender, as many feel he is? Were Lyoto Machida to win in the main event, a strong win by Jacare here actually could have given him a shot at a title fight depending on the outcome of Weidman vs. Belfort, as Weidman previously beat Machida.

Then injury struck, again, and Romero dropped out of the fight against Souza for the second time. On short notice, Chris Camozzi comes in. A loss to Jacare in 2013 sent Camozzi into a four fight tailspin that resulted in him being cut from the UFC. With two wins outside the promotion last year in which he won and defended the Prize FC middleweight title, and willing to take on a top contender on short notice, he’s back in the UFC, but there’s little to show that this fight will go any definitely than the first. Look for a quick finish by Ronaldo Souza.

A Ceiling For VanZant

Paige VanZant has a bright future in the UFC, but it seems they want to rush one of the most marketable names in the women’s strawweight division up the ladder. With a 4-1 record (the loss coming to Tecia Torres), she takes on the much more experienced Felice Herrig, 10-5, a Bellator, Invicta, and XFC vet. While both fighters have exactly one win in the UFC, Herrig had two exhibition fights as part of The Ultimate Fighter 20, and three times as many professional fights.

VanZant herself has suggested that this fight is happening because her and Herrig represent two of the UFC’s “hot chicks” and there’s a fair amount of truth to that. She’s going to hit a wall here, and if the UFC wants to cash in on VanZant’s model good looks and positive personality, then they need to allow her to develop.

A Possible Classic For A Main Event

On paper, there are a lot of great main events, but Luke Rockhold vs. Lyoto Machida could be one for the ages. It’s one of the most anticipated fights of the year without a title even being on the line, and it’s a fight many have wanted for the past year. Both these men are fantastic fighters; Machida, the former light heavyweight champion, has been reborn at middleweight, and Rockhold, the former Strikeforce middleweight champ, has looked unstoppable outside of his lone UFC loss to Vitor Belfort.

Don’t blink during this fight, but don’t expect it to be over quick either. This could very well be a five round war, and the highlight of a star studded evening for the UFC.