With a four-fight winning streak heading into his most recent fight against Donald Cerrone, Dennis Siver was nearing a shot at the lightweight title. However, a submission loss to "Cowboy" knocked Siver back down the ladder in arguably the most competitive division in the sport.
At 33 years old, making another uncertain run in the 155-pound division appeared daunting for Siver. Therefore, the German kickboxer opted to make the move to the featherweight division, where he will make his debut against Diego Nunes on Saturday.
Nunes, meanwhile, is on the rebound from a rough loss to Kenny Florian in June 2011. After being defeated in the bout that could have earned him a title shot, Nunes bounced back with a win over Manvel Gamburyan before the end of last year.
Before the matchup that could catapult the winner into a fight with an elite featherweight, let's take a look at which fighter has a better chance of walking away with a victory at UFC on Fuel TV 2.