I think this will pretty much end up being a brazilian super card, because I'm sure alot of Brazilian guys would love a chance to fight at home for the first time in a long time. I know Wandy has said he would want to be on the card. I'm sure they'll put at least 1 title fight involving a brazilian, and probably another brazilian with a big name like one of the Nogs or JDS. Plus we could definetly see some other guys like Dos Anjos and Falcao fight, and maybe even something like Arona's UFC debut. I think an important factor here is that Rio isn't nearly as far ahead in time, so they might still be able to make the fights like on PPV at the regular time in the states, which would mean they'd be on at like 9 or 10 in Brazil. I think the tape delayed PPVs are pretty bad for business, so they probably would be more willing to load up this card if they thought it would get good buys.
Keep in mind, the UFC always tries to load up their cards with local guys when they leave the States, but Brazil is the only country outside the states that can really stack a card by themselves.