As I write this, there are exactly 48 hours left until the UFC pay-per-view drought comes to a close.
At 10 pm (ET) on Saturday, April 21, as Bruce Buffer proclaims that we are, in fact, live, featherweights Mark Hominick and Eddie Yagin will be backstage warming up for their PPV tilt.
Currently on a two-fight losing streak, and coming off of a heartbreaking KO defeat against Chan-Sung Jung at UFC 140, Hominick desperately needs to get back to his winning ways to climb back up the 145-pound ladder.
Standing in his way will be Eddie Yagin. Coming off of a less-than-impressive UFC debut against Junior Assuncao, Yagin needs to overcome the odds and avoid the chopping block.
So, who will take the day? Let's review it one point at a time.