Which UFC 263 fight is poised to be the show-stealer we’re talking about Sunday morning?

UFC 263 is packed with killer battles atop the costs Saturday in Arizona.

Every pay-per-view, there’s a battle that end up with the most headings later. And at Gila River Arena in Glendale, there are 2 title battles, plus a five-round non-title scrap – an initially in UFC history for a non-main occasion, not-title battle – all competing for attention.

In the headliner, middleweight champ Israel Adesanya (20-1 Mixed Martial Arts, 9-1 UFC) satisfies Marvin Vettori (17-3-1 Mixed Martial Arts, 7-2-1 UFC) in a rematch for the title. In the co-feature, flyweight champ Deiveson Figueiredo (20-1-1 Mixed Martial Arts, 9-1-1 UFC) handles Brandon Moreno (18-5-2 Mixed Martial Arts, 6-2-2 UFC) in another rematch. And after that there’s the five-rounded in between Nate Diaz (20-12 Mixed Martial Arts, 15-10 UFC) and Leon Edwards (18-3 Mixed Martial Arts, 10-2 UFC).

So is among these the show-stealer? Or will it be something else further down the card? That’s the concern we postured to our “Spinning Back Clique” panel of George Garcia, Danny Segura and Matthew Wells, who spoke about their choices with host John Morgan.

You can view the conversation in the video above or take a look at the complete episode listed below.


UFC 263 commentary group, broadcast strategies set: Paul Felder subs in for Daniel Cormier

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.