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UFC 150 and 151 may have two of the best consecutive main events in UFC program history.
150 hails from Denver and will see the rematch between lightweight champion Benson Henderson and Frankie Edgar. A rumored facial injury to Edgar didn't pan out, and we're finally going to put this rematch nonsense behind us. That is, unless Edgar wins a closely-contested fight. Trilogy, anyone? God, I hope not.
Jon Jones returns at UFC 151 in Las Vegas to defend his belt against the guy I like to call "The Last Man Standing," Dan Henderson. He's not the last man standing because he's an old man, because Henderson is defying age every time he steps in the cage to whip the ass of a much younger man.
He's the last man standing because he's the final dude remaining in the light heavyweight division who the public believes can pose any kind of threat to Jones. And let's be real, if only for a second: I like Henderson a whole lot, but he has no chance of beating Jon Jones if he sticks to his "look for the right hand" game plan of the last few years.
Some oddsmakers have Jones installed as a 10 to 1 favorite. That sounds about right.