After a wild January, which saw Max Holloway put on arguably on the single most impressive performance in UFC, Michael Chandler announce himself as legit title contender and Dustin Poirier shock casual fight fans around the world after knocked out Conor McGregor, we're right back with another month of exceptional MMA action.
The promotion are back with some incredible match-ups that you'd be absolute fool to miss. Of course, there's the long-awaited welterweight title fight bout between current champion, Kamaru Usman, and top contender, Gilbert Burns. Considering these two are former teammates and have spent many rounds sparring each other, this is an incredibly interesting title fight.
Not only that, there are a couple of main events featuring some of the biggest and most dangerous fighters competing in the heavyweight division. With Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou battling it out in March for the belt, these match-ups will go along away in deciding who could be next in line at some point this year.
Barring any injuries or COVID-19 stopping fighters from competing, MMA fans could be in for a real treat. Let's take a look at the fights you just can't miss...
10. Alexander Hernandez Vs. Thiago Moises - UFC Fight Night 186
With so many talent-rich divisions inside the UFC, it can often beg the question "Which weight class is the most stacked?". Although some come close, it's pretty obvious that the best of the bunch of the bunch is the lightweight division.
A perfect example of that is this fight here. Although neither Alexander Hernandez or Thiago Moises are in the UFC's top-15 rankings, this is an exceptional fight between two extremely versatile 155lber's. This is a battle to see who can break into the elite of weight class and that's truly exciting.
Hernandez has a brilliant combination of aggression and technique that has made him somewhat of a bully inside the Octagon. He's had a few lows, specifically the knockout losses to Donald Cerrone and Drew Dober, but returned to the cage with an outstanding KO finish over Chris Gruetzemacher last October.
Ever since making his debut on Dana White's Contender Series, Thiago Moises has continued to improve his overall game. Much like his opponent, he's had some losses, but with wins over Michael Johnson and Bobby Green in his last two bouts, it's clear that he's on the rise.