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The top 5 bars and pubs to watch the UFC 200 in Toronto

UFC 200 is fast approaching and Toronto fans need to find a pub outfitted with pay-per-view if they want to witness Lesnar vs. Hunt. The fight, held on July 9 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, will be screened live at plenty of Toronto chains from Wild Wing to Boston Pizza, but these indie venues are the real knockouts.

Here's where to watch the UFC 200 in Toronto.

The Contender
Catch all the MMA action at this Dundas West sports bar where dozens of screens ensure there isn't a bad seat in the house. The solid list of craft beer and a lineup of nachos, wings and chili dogs are but a bonus.

Hurricane's Roadhouse
Bask in the pay-per-view subscription at this Bloorcourt bar and watch Lesnar vs. Hunt in the company of fellow UFC fans.

Rally Sports Bar & Smokehouse
There are two events happening on July 9 at this sports bar on O'Connor Drive. Tell your sweetheart you're going out for Summerlicious (not a lie) and then mow down on beef ribs and beignets while you watch the take down.

The Dog's Bollocks
This West Queen West pub is a hub for MMA fans. Get here early on July 9 to secure a spot in view of the big screens and then fortify yourself with a few drinks and Big Ben's all day breakfast.

Toby's Famous Eatery
With TVs mounted throughout the bar, two dozen beers on tap, a menu of pub staples and a boisterous crowd, there are plenty of good reasons to watch UFC 200 live at this College Street local.

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