Saturday night's presentation is summing up to be one of the most exciting UFC shows of the year. The packed card will take place May 13, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

The headliners of the night will be heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic across Junior dos Santos, and strawweight titleholder Joanna Jedrzejczyk will defend her title against Brazilian striker Jessica Andrade.

Before the main event, top ranked flyweights Henry Cejudo and Sergio Pettis will be battling at Ufc 211 to improve their standing, ESP reported.

Henry is 4-2 in the UFC and No. 2 in the 125-pound weight class; Sergio is placed No. 9 in the MMA rankings and has a record of 6-2 in the UFC. Cejudo is coming off a controversial split-decision loss against Joseph Benavidez in the finale of the "the Ultimate Fighter" (TUF 24).

On the contrary, Sergio is moving up the flyweight ranks with a three fight winning streak, at UFC Fight Night 103 he got a unanimous decision victory over former title contender John Moraga.

Cejudo showed improvement in his last fight across Benavidez. Now he’s aiming to climb back up to title contention, but first he has to get past one of the brightest hopefuls in the division. This weekend's bout between the two flyweights may put the winner within title range.

Cejudo has to look for the finish

The 30-year-old Olympic wrestler had ten consecutive victories in the flyweight division after starting his career in the UFC, but recently suffered two straight losses.

He was on the loosing end of a split decision against Joseph Benavidez in "The Ultimate Fighter 24 Finale and was beaten by Demetrious Johnson during a title defense at UFC 197.

Cejudo is still one of the best grapplers and continues to fine tune his skills. In his last fight, Henry was more aggressive, blocked several takedowns and was more focused on the game plan, but he needs go after putting his opponent on the mat more often. Cejudo has to turn this match into a dog fight and not leave it in the hands of the judges.

Pettis needs to stand his ground in the middle of the cage

The 23-year-old is moving up the ranks fast winning five of his last six fights. He’s the younger brother of former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis and got a UFC contract when he was only nineteen.

Pettis started kinda slow but recent has been on a three fight winning streak over experienced fighters John Moraga, Chris Kelades and Chris Cariaso. Sergio has good boxing skills and cardio; yet, he needs to be more threatening to his competition. This fight is a big opportunity, it could earn him a chance to get a title fight against the champion Demetrious Johnson.

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