Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Spor
Al Iaquinta vs. Piotr Hallman
Iaquinta appears to have a bright future ahead of him, but is a tough matchup against an opponent who may be an even brighter prospect. In his UFC debut, Hallman submitted Francisco Trinaldo, who had only been previously beaten by UFC veterans Gleison Tibau and Iuri Alcantara. With submission losses in two of his past three official fights, Iaquinta doesn't stack up well stylistically with a grappler like Hallman.
Hallman, Submission, Rd. 1
Andrew Craig vs. Luke Barnatt
Barnatt wasn't granted any favors by UFC matchmakers for his first UFC appearance in his home country of England. Although he's only beaten fellow The Ultimate Fighter 17 participant Collin Hart, Barnatt now finds himself matched up with Craig, who owns a 3-1 UFC record and has beaten veterans like Chris Leben and Rafael Natal. Barnatt may be undefeated, but he's not nearly as proven as Craig is against high-level competition.
Craig, Unanimous decision
Rosi Sexton vs. Jessica Andrade
Andrade is 14 years younger than Sexton, who is probably simply happy to wind down her career on the biggest stage in MMA. While Andrade might have more to look forward to, Sexton seems to be the better fighter right now. In her UFC debut, Sexton won a round against No. 6 contender Alexis Davis, while Andrade showed little to be excited about in a lopsided loss to Liz Carmouche.
Sexton, Unanimous decision
Andy Ogle vs. Cole Miller
Ogle avoided being cut from the UFC roster with a win over Josh Grispi in February, but now he finds himself in a tough bout with a solid veteran. Miller has been slumping lately, losing three of his past four fights, but his submission skills should help him in this matchup. Prior to joining the UFC roster, Ogle's only loss came by submission, and Miller has earned 14 of his 19 victories by forcing opponents to tap.
Miller, Submission, Rd. 1
Jimy Hettes vs. Rob Whiteford
With a full training camp, Whiteford might have a good shot at upsetting Hettes. The Scottish fighter has never been submitted and has the power to put away a developing striker like Hettes. However, with only days to prepare for his UFC debut, it's hard to see Whiteford shocking Hettes on Saturday.
Hettes, Submission, Rd. 2
Brad Scott vs. Michael Kuiper
Scott and Kuiper are both fairly well rounded, but both middleweights do their best work when standing. Having knocked out Jared Hamman, Kuiper has put his knockout power on display at a higher level than Scott has. It could go either way, but Kuiper may be able to quiet the English crowd early.
Kuiper, TKO, Rd. 2