Week 8 is our first DOUBLE-HEADER, and marks a HISTORIC third time (in a row) the UFC has held an event on Friday! (Co-Main Event features the THIRD time Sam Stout and Spencer Fisher meet in the Octagon. The Canadian Stout, won the first matchup...The American Fisher, won most recently...) 4-Fight Main-card Includes Featherweight Fighter Ross Pearson vs Cub Swanson. Welterweight Fighter Brian Ebersole vs TJ Waldburger. Lightweight Fighter Sam Stout vs Spencer Fisher. Lightweight Fighter (5 Round Affair) Gray Maynard vs Clay Guida. Synopsis: Both Ross and Cub have fought at Lightweight before and are not small FWs by any means. Both fighters are also accustomed to Fight of the Night bonuses...This is my pick for FOTN. Stout vs Fisher is a Trilogy fight; Sam's record in the last 6 fights being 4-2, Fisher's 2-4. Brian is the Australian hope, currently riding a HUGE 10-fight win streak. TJ holds a 3-1 record inside the Octagon, his lone loss coming to Jonny Hendricks. Last but not least, Gray and Clay face off in a very HEATED Lightweight match-up, which marks the FIRST time Guida will be fighting with braided hair...As requested by Maynard and his camp. & UFC 147: Silva vs Franklin II (Only featuring TWO American Fighters) ...I'm predicting some changes in the Rankings with this one... 5-Fight Main-Card Catchweight Fighter (190lbs) Wanderlei Silva vs Rich Franklin (American). TUF Brazil Middleweight Finale: Sergio Moraes vs Cezar Ferreira. TUF Brazil Featherweight Finale: Godofredo Pepey vs Rony Mariano Bezerra. Heavyweight Fighter Fabricio Werdum vs Mike Russow (American). Featherweight Fighter Yuri Alcantara vs Hacran Dias. Synopsis: Silva vs Franklin and Werdum vs Russow are the only fights I can expect the average fans to know something about, other than that, most other fights on the card are filled with fighters largely unknown by the public. AS ALWAYS MAKE YOUR PICKS EASY TO READ AND GOODLUCK. THIS WEEK IS A BIG ONE WITH 9 TOTAL FIGHTS!!! UFC on FX 4: MAYNARD VS GUIDA THIS FRIDAY & UFC 147: SILVA VS FRANKLIN II.