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Snowden: We saw Che Mills in person at UFC 145. He's absolutely enormous. And, as we all know, size matters. No matter how much it hurts to hear. Mills, KO, Round 2.
Botter: Ludwig is more of a punching bag than anything at this point, and that's not a good thing when facing Mills. Mills, TKO, Round 1.
Heinis: Two slick Muay Thai specialists square off in this one, so you can just about guarantee this fight doesn't go to the ground, and it ends early. Both Mills and Ludwig are on the same level, with neither man having any success against an above average fighter.
I'm torn on who to pick here as Ludwig has looked awful recently, losing four of his past six, but I also just don't think Mills is really that impressive either. Ludwig, TKO, Round 3.
Roth: This will be a super fun fight like pretty much every fight on this card. Both fighters love to block punches with their faces and neither will go for a takedown. That means someone is going to sleep. I think that Che Mills is just a younger, better version of Ludwig. Mills by decision.
Harris: Since I'm the one publishing it this time, I'll give myself the last word. Seems fair. In any case, Ludwig's gotta get this one. I think he rights the ship here and avoids the dreaded third consecutive defeat. Ludwig, KO, Round 2.