Let us take a look 1: Justin vs Max is a fight that pits 2 up and coming fighters without a wealth of knowledge in the ring together. This fight has EVEN written all over it. Max fights out of Hawaii, while Justin fights out of Blackhouse. Jake vs Ed is a serious match-up. I feel their skills are VERY similar, Herman having the better hands. Some would argue Jake has the better BJJ, but I feel that is neither here nor there, as Herman is NO SLOUCH BJJ wise. Possible FOTN? Yushin vs Buddy is a much bigger fight for YUSHIN than it is for Buddy, which is very odd for an Underdog like Roberts. Okami has lost his last two, and losing a third in a row to a youngin, (though it wouldn't mean losing his job), would mean he loses his elite status in the division. Buddy on the other-hand is just under 30 and sports a 12-2 record. This is his biggest test to date and you can bet he is coming prepared. Donald Cerrone vs Melvin Guillard Melvin vs Donald is a serious matchup. With Cerrone, we have a complete Mixed martial artist with great leg kicks, solid hands, and a touted BJJ game. Melvin on the other hand has a textbook full of standup options, and not so much on the BJJ end of things. I have seen BOTH do well, but I have a feeling Melvin's kryptonite will come back to haunt him in this fight. Frank Edgar vs Benson Henderson LAST BUT NOT LEAST, we have the Main Event of the night. The Rematch KING and the LW Champ. Benson is a tough S.O.B, long thought to be the BEST man in the 155 LB division while he wasn't in the UFC (people weren't talking Gilbert until he was one of the few champs we hadn't seen in the UFC, after Benson had signed with them), he proved he was last time out in February. I think this kid has enough talent to finish the rematch, never-mind make it exciting, if he stays confident and pushes the pace. Frank on the other hand I am looking to go for the dominating throws and takedowns early, showing and dictating that this is going to be a dog-fight. I don't see Benson being knocked out, but I could see a decision in his favor.