UFC Fight Night 65: What to Watch For RJ Gardner May 4, 2015 Events, Previews, Spotlight After a break in action for a week the UFC is back at it. On Sunday, May 10, 2015,the UFC heads down under to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Adelaide, Australia for UFC Fight Night: Miocic vs. Hunt. For being an event featured entirely on the UFC’s streaming service – UFC Fight Pass – this is a pretty strong card. There are several interesting matchups on the undercard and the main card should be entertaining. These are the types of events the UFC must continue to put on to entice people to subscribe to the service. Even though there are no titles on the line and no new number one contenders to be crowned, there are plenty of reasons to watch UFC Fight Night 65. Dan Kelly vs. Sam Alvey Of all the fights on the undercard the middleweight bout between Kelly and Alvey really jumps out. From a stylistic standpoint, this in a very interesting matchup; on one side you have a four-time Olympian with a dangerous submission game and on the other side you have a wrestling-in-reverse knockout artist. This bout has the potential to steal the show. Someone’s “O” Must Go In the first bout of the main card, undefeated lightweights James Vick and Jake Matthews will battle it out to keep that “0” in their loss column. Both fighters are TUF alums and even though both fighters failed to make it to the finals they were given the opportunity to prove their worth inside the Octagon. The UFC’s lightweight division is filled with sharks and the winner of this bout will be thrown in the deep end. Will a New Middleweight Contender Emerge? The UFC middleweight division has become one of the most interesting divisions in the organization. Both Brad Tavares and Robert Whittaker have had their ups and downs in the Octagon, but at UFC Fight Night 65 a new middleweight contender will emerge. Heavyweights There is something truly special about heavyweight fights; there’s just an aura about them that fans can’t get enough of. At UFC Fight Night 65, two of the best in the world will go at it at Stipe Miocic and Mark Hunt class in the Octagon. With both men coming off of disappointing losses in their last outings, both men will have a little extra motivation heading into Sunday’s bout. Considering the heavyweight division is devoid of depth the winner of this bout will be right back into title contention.