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Saturday night, the Octagon will be set up in the Air Canada Centre for the third time in as many years, and just like the previous two events held inside the home of the Maple Leafs and Raptors affectionately known as "The Hangar," UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones will serve as the headlining act. After successfully defending his title against Lyoto Machida (UFC 140) and Vitor Belfort (UFC 152), "Bones" makes his way north of the border to face off with surging Swedish contender Alexander Gustafsson in a bout many consider the toughest test of the 26-year-old champion's reign. Similar to the last time the UFC ventured to Toronto, UFC 165 features a second championship fight in the co-main event position, as interim bantamweight champion Renan Barao squares of with the first man to hold the bantamweight strap in the WEC, Eddie Wineland. Here's who should come away from Toronto with another win on their resume. Jon Jones (18-1) vs. Alexander Gustafsson (15-1) As much a

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