UFC 200 is set for July 9, 2016 at the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The fight card includes two title bouts and most of the biggest names in the sport.
Here is a by-the-numbers look at UFC 200 as the fight card stands now.
1,653 — Days in between UFC fights for Brock Lesnar, who last fought and lost to Alistair Overeem at UFC 141 on Dec. 30, 2011.
1,365 — Days since Anderson Silva’s last official victory in the octagon, a first-round knockout of Stephan Bonner.
640 — Days in between fights for bantamweight Raphael Assuncao, who beat Bryan Caraway on Oct. 4, 2014, and fights T.J. Dillashaw at UFC 200.
392 — Days, as of UFC 200, since Cain Velasquez last fought in the octagon.
229 — Number of UFC fight cards in between UFC 100 on July 11, 2009 and UFC 200 on July 9, 2016.
96 — Total number of fight bonuses in the careers of those fighters on the card.
48 — Approximate number of hours Anderson Silva has to prepare to fight Daniel Cormier.
42 — Age of oldest fighter on the card as Mark Hunt fights Brock Lesnar in the co-main event.
41 — Age of second oldest fighter on the card as Anderson Silva steps in to replace Jon Jones and fight Daniel Cormier in a non-title fight.
23 — Number of fights in the UFC for Diego Sanchez, the most of anyone on the card.
20 — Age of youngest fighter on the card as Sage Northcutt fights Enrique Marin (29)
13 — Number of fighters on the card who lost their last fight.
9 — Number of current and former champions on the card, including Daniel Cormier, Miesha Tate, Anderson Silva, Brock Lesnar, Jose Aldo, Frankie Edgar, Cain Velasquez, Johny Hendricks and T.J. Dillashaw.
4 — Number of fighters who have had winning streaks of 10 or more fights in their UFC/WEC/Pride/Strikeforce careers: Jose Aldo (18), Anderson Silva (17), Daniel Cormier (15) and Takanori Gomi (10).
3 — Number of “Ultimate Fighter” winners will fight at UFC 200: Diego Sanchez, Kelvin Gastelum and Julianna Pena.
2 — Number of women’s fights at UFC 200, up from zero at UFC 100.
1 — Number of fighters removed from the card during fight week because of a potential doping violation discovered by USADA.
0.25 — Amount of pounds Johny Hendricks missed weight by, coming in at 171.25 pounds for his welterweight fight against Kelvin Gastelum.
0 — Time left to spare as Miesha Tate made it to the early weigh-ins by the 10 a.m. deadline. She weighed in at 134.5 pounds for her first title defense against Amanda Nunes.