Lyoto Machida vs. Mauricio Rua

A rematch means; Shogun will be the first guy to now start a fight against Machida having already figured the puzzle out. Rua spends 2 or 3 rounds on take downs and kicks, going after Machidas legs. Come the 4th he really goes to work. Rua via TKO in the 4th



Paul Daley vs. Josh Koscheck

Kos likes to get the fans on his side, he will try to stand with Daley to prove a point and show the word he rightfully should get another title shot. A standing brawl is all Daley needs. One small window and this fight is over, early. Daley via TKO in the 1st



Kimbo Slice vs. Matt Mitrione

A bjj masterpiece, JUST KIDDING. Slugfest, Kimbo strikes from a distance which will prevent Mitrione from getting his bearlike paws on him. Many view this as possible fight of the night, trust me, slow and boring. Slice via Decision


Jeremy Stephens vs. Sam Stout
Stephens is always good for so fireworks and will surely provide the fans with moments of brilliance. That being said, Stout is clearly the more technically sound fighter. Footwork will provide the edge and Stout will come away with the win. Stout via Submission in the 3rd


Alan Belcher vs. Patrick Cote
Worried about ring rust? Not me! Belcher is an impressive fighter but lacks aggression. It certain is not his "Talent" to adapt and change game plans on the fly. With as much negativity  I can come up for Blecher it is hard to ignore Cote is coming off a knee injury and hasn't had a fight in 18 months. It's hard to side with a guy who has that degree of inactivity SOOOO..... (pick #1) Cote via KO in the 2nd OR (pick #2) Belcher via Decision



Marcus Davis vs. Jonathan Goulet 
Ladies and Gentlemen, "Glass Joe" Davis via KO in the 1st



Joey Beltran vs. Tim Hague
We are picking Hague for two reasons. 1- He's the bigger fighter, 2- He looked good against BarryHague via KO in the 2nd


T.J. Grant vs. Johny Hendricks 

Grants has the BJJ edge but Hendricks is a much better wrestler, striker and works well from top position. This kid has a brilliant future. Hendricks via TKO in the 2nd


Joe Doerksen vs. Tom Lawlor
I think Lawlor will be much more aggressive and powerful, and he'll land more than Doerksen and wear him out. Tom Lawlor via TKO in the 3rd



Mike Guymon vs. Yoshiyuki Yoshida
Yoshida takes this fight to the ground. Yoshida via KO in the 1st



Jason MacDonald vs. John Salter
Welcome back the UFC. "The Athlete" wins with a triangle choke. MacDonald wins on experience alone. MacDonald via Submission in the 1st