Too lazy to write an intro so directly to the main card we go;
Diego Sanchez v. John Hathaway
John Hathaway is one of Englands rare up and comers in the UFC. Sitting at 12-0, 3-0 in the UFC, John will face his toughest opponent to date in Diego Sanchez. I haven't had the oppurtunity to watch many of Hathaway's fights, but from what I hear his fighting style is similar to that of Fitch. That being said, Diego is the more experienced fighter, and likely has too many weapons in his arsenal for Hathaway to handle. If Hathaway does win this one, it will put him one more win away from a potential title shot. I've got Sanchez via 2nd TKO.
Lil Nog v. Jason Brilz
One sided fight here. Lil Nog was originally supposed to fight Forrest before Forrest realized what a terrible match-up it was and hurt his knee.... So now the UFC feeds him Jason Brilz. Not necessarily a bad fighter, but not anywhere near Nogs level. Should be an easy first round KO for Lil Nog.
Todd Duffee v. Mike Russow
Todd is back in the octagon after his outstanding 7 second knockout of Canadian Tim Hague. His opponent police officer Mike Russow is currently on a 7 fight win streak, and took his first opponent in the UFC to a decision. Todd Duffee has looked impressive so far, and I expect him to continue his trend with another 1st round TKO of Mike Russow.
Micheal Bisping v. Dan Miller
Both of these fighters need to get back to their winning ways. Miller has lost a couple straight to tough fighters in Sonnen and Maia, while Bisping dropped 2 of his last 3 against W. Silva and Dan Henderson. This will be a tough fight to call, but I expect Bisping to bounce back with a decision win over Dan Miller.
Rampage Jackson v. Rashad Evans
Rampage has been spending the last few months filming for the up coming movie The A Team, whereas Rashad has been training his ass off. This is a bad matchup for Rampage because Rashad's head movement and leg kicks will give Jackson a hell of a time. That being said, Rampage throws bombs and could easily end the fight at any point. Either way, I've got Rashad taking the UD.