Currently in the Top 10 rankings for the middleweights, Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy will be looking to inch closer to a shot at UFC gold when they meet on Wednesday.
Battling an eye injury, Bisping has not competed in nearly 12 months. While he hasn't won consecutive fights since December 2011, Bisping has become one of the bigger names in the 185-pound class, meaning he's always a big win or two away from a shot at the championship.
Kennedy has made an immediate impact since joining the UFC roster. After spending more than three years with Strikeforce, Kennedy debuted inside the Octagon with a decision win over Roger Gracie and more recently knocked out Rafael Natal.
As this important middleweight bout approaches, here is a closer look at how Bisping and Kennedy match up against one another in all areas.