Brock Lesar vs Frank Mir
I'm thinking that this is going to be a dmaned good fight, but in the end, I see Brock coming out on top. Mir landed a sneaky submission in their last fight, but Brock was still learning the ropes, and I think he's got it figured out now. Lesnar is a damned good wrestler, and he has knockout power, I think he will be too much for Mir to handle, even though I feel Mir has improved since then as well.
George St-Pierre vs Thiago Alves
I'm not a fan of GSP, but I know how good of a fighter he is, and unless he decides to move up in weight class, I don't think any welterweight in the UFC can beat GSP.
Jon Fitch vs Paulo Thiago
I like Jon Fitch in this one. Mostly because he is a step up from Josh Koscheck, who was Thiago's first ever UFC opponent. Fitch has beaten proven fighters, and as talented as Thiago is, I see Fitch's experience winning him this fight.
Dan Henderson vs Michael Bisping
I like Dan Henderson here. Bisping's only real test came against Rashad Evans, and that is the only fight Bisping lost. He is an impressive young fighter, but until he beats a top guy, I'm gonna predict him to lose to a top guy. Plus Henderson is a great wrestler with great knockout power. Once again, I see experience paying off here. And don't let Henderson's age fool you, he still has it.
Yoshihiro Akiyama vs Alan Belcher
I like Akiyama here. This fight comes down to the ground game and submission attempts, which is both fighters strong points, and I think Akiyama has more experience, and knows how to fight and hasn't lost in over 4 years, and I don't see it happening here.