Chad Laprise (Neil Atkinson/Sherdog)UFC Fight Night 74: What to Watch For Jeremy Klump August 17, 2015 Events, News, Spotlight, UFC UFC Fight Night 74, or UFC Saskatoon, takes place on Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015. In the main event of UFC Fight Night 74, two top ranked featherweights, Max Holloway and Charles Oliveira, will go to war for five rounds to show who deserves to be ranked in the top five. Max Holloway has not lost a fight since he took on Conor McGregor in 2013 and lost by unanimous decision. Since the loss, Holloway has been on an absolute tear, winning his last six fights. Charles Oliveira has won four fights in a row since his loss to Frankie Edgar in 2013. Oliveria’s most recent victory was over Nik Lentz and he won my unanimous decision. UFC Fight Night 74 has some interesting storylines to follow, but here is a guide for what you should watch for. Buckle Up For #5 Holloway vs. #7 Oliveira: The main event of the evening is an intriguing one. It pairs to top ranked featherweights who both are looking to show they are legitimate top five 145lb fighters. Max Holloway has three fight night bonuses, which is awesome for any UFC fighter, but his opponent makes his three bonuses look irrelevant. Oliveira has an astounding nine fight night bonuses. These two will collide in one of the best fights on paper this year. Buckle up because this is a fight that will have you jumping out of your seat. Can Neil Magny Bounce Back? All eyes were on Neil Magny on August 1 at UFC 190, which was only three weeks ago, when he took on Demian Maia. People were ready to see whether he was ready for the step-up in competition, but found out that the jiu-jitsu of Maia was too much to handle. Magny was dominated in the fight and ended up being submitted in the second round. However, Magny did not take much damage and is now making the quick turnaround at UFC Fight Night 74 to face Erick Silva. All eyes wer on Magny to see if he was ready for the step-up in competition, but now all eyes will be on Magny to see if he can bounce back after his loss. TUF Nations: Canada vs. Australia Finalists: Chad Laprise will be looking to stay unbeaten in his mixed martial arts career against Francisco Trinaldo. At 11-0, TUF winner will look to improve to 4-0 in the UFC, and more importantly, show that he deserves to be in the talk of top fifteen lightweights. Oliver Aubin-Mercier, who only has one loss, which was in TUF finale against Chad Laprise, will be taking on Tony Sims. In only his third UFC fight, Aubin-Mercier will look to show fans that his loss in the finale was a fluke and he has the potential to be a top lightweight fighter in the UFC.