So far only one fight has been reported (not confirmed) for this card (on 15th September) and it is the main event between Mark Hunt and Alexey Oleinik, and with the event being in a few months i really hope UFC signs some regional talent to debut there. There are many great Russian fighters out there fighting in smaller promotions worldwide, or even some free agents, so, who are the fighters you would like to see making their UFC debuts in this event? Heavyweight - Denis Goltsov (21-5, 17 finishes) - Denis Goltsov is definitely a top 5 heavyweight outside UFC. He has many tools and is dangerous pretty much everywhere, he's a multiple time Combat Sambo world champion and is very mobile for a 6'6 guy, fights around 240 lbs. Knees, good combinations, a powerful right hand, distance management, wrestling, a submission game, he has it all. Won 16 of his last 17 fights. Light Heavyweight - Mikhail Mokhnatkin (10-2-2, 7 finishes) - Mikhail has been one of the top light heavyweight prospects in the world for a while, recently he's been taking some fights at heavyweight but i guess he realized that's not his division and now he's back to 205, that is where he belongs and he's a beast in that division. He has a excellent ground game, being a sambo world champion he's comfortable there with anyone, very versatile submission game. His stand up is pretty good too, with good low kicks and a lightning fast jab. Bantamweight - Alexander Keshtov (8-0, 5 finishes) - Fighting out of the well known (for Russian MMA fans) K-Dojo Warrior Tribe gym, Keshtov is a well rounded fighter, current Ring of Combat champion and a very opportunist dude, he's not very keen on holding and maintaining position and tries to finish at any given chance, i'm actually surprised he's not in UFC by now because he has been fighting in US and seems totally UFC-ready. Flyweight - Grigory Popov (12-1, 6 finishes) - Popov is a flyweight with a Muay Thai background, discipline he managed to be very successful with a record of 25 wins and 3 loses, capturing many regional titles such as Russian National and Eurasian Championships (Russia is well known by their wrestling and boxing but they have some killers with MT backgrounds too). He's a dangerous strikers that uses very well all limbs, and has a decent ground game too, has 2 gogoplata finishes what is cool. Let's keep it realistic if we can. Therefore, i avoided any ACB/FNG/M-1/WFCA champions, because most of them are under exclusive deals and wouldn't be able to sign with UFC right now, different from the fighters i mentioned.