The next fight on the undercard features UFC veterans Jim Miller and Gleason Tibau.
Miller (17-2, 6-1 UFC) defeated Mark Bocek by Unanimous Decision at UFC 111, a fight that many people though Bocek deserved to win. Regardless, he has proven tough to beat, and impossible to finish, as his only two losses are decision losses to current UFC lightweight champion Frank Edgar and current #1 contender Gray Maynard.
Tibau (21-6, 7-4 UFC) defeated Caol Uno at UFN 21, winning by TKO just 4:13 in to the fight. He has only been finished three times in his career, and only by Nick Diaz and Joe Stevenson in the UFC. Making 155 has never been easy for Tibau, though he weighed in at 154 on Tuesday- perhaps to prove a point. He is one of the largest lighweights in the UFC, having weighed in the neighborhood of 180 pounds come the fight.
This fight is tough to call, but I'm taking Tibau. Miller has never really impressed me with his striking. He does have a good wrestling background, but Tibau has slick BJJ. Given that and his power advantage, along with Miller being impossible to finish, I'm left with this:
Tibau via Unanimous Decision.