Dennis Siver is currently riding a four-fight winning streak and he'll be looking to extend that tonight when he takes on Donald Cerrone.
Though not yet well-known to most UFC fans, Cerrone is a dangerous fighter and possibly the biggest obstacle Siver has faced so far in his career.
Siver is 7-1 in his last eight fights in the UFC and he's becoming a hard man to ignore in the lightweight division.
Cerrone and Siver are both competitors who love to stand and bang, so expect this match to be a Fight of the Night contender.
Just putting on a good show won't be enough for Siver, though—he's going to want to walk away the victor tonight.
And what would a win over Cerrone mean for Siver?
It means he would finally be a legitimate title contender.
For a couple years now, Siver has been considered a dark horse in the lightweight division and recently has been getting closer and closer to becoming a real contender for the belt.
With a win tonight, Siver would be on a five-fight winning streak and it would be undeniable that he deserves to fight someone within the division's top five.
If Siver comes out tonight and dominates, there's a good chance he'll get matched up with the loser of Clay Guida vs. Ben Henderson, Gray Maynard, or Jim Miller.
If it's a close fight or the decision is controversial, he'll likely be matched with someone a little further down the ladder. Possibly Joe Lauzon.