Staying with the striking department, durability could play a major role come Saturday.
Since this is going to be a main event, it has the potential to be a five-round battle of attrition and Octagon longevity.
There's no doubting that Munoz is an absolute wrecking machine, hence his nickname, but his chin has cracked under pressure in the past and that's something that could resurface against a pressuring opponent like Mousasi.
As it stands right now, Mousasi has never been finished by strikes. That includes 40 professional mixed martial arts bouts, 13 amateur boxing fights and eight kickboxing matches.
In Munoz's case, three out of his four career loses have come by way of one-strike knockouts, including two in his last three UFC appearances.
Anything is possible, obviously, but if this fight turns into an all-out war, expect the seasoned Mousasi to reign supreme.
SLIGHT ADVANTAGE: MOUSASI