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Why Watch UFC 174? For These Reasons...

UFC 174: 5 Reasons to Watch
By: Riley Kontek, Bleacher Report
"UFC 174 marks the company's return to pay-per-view this weekend on the back of a UFC title fight. Led by Demetrious Johnson and Ali Bagautinov, the show boasts a stacked card with stars from the top to the bottom of the bill.

"There has been somewhat of a negative reaction the this pay-per-view – whining about a lack of star power.

"However, the card boasts a championship bout, a bout for potential No. 1 contendership, the return of a former UFC heavyweight champion and many other guys in their respective title pictures."

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