At UFC 204, one legend seeks to cement his legacy; the other seeks revenge. Who will leave Manchester victorious? Only time will tell. Let’s get into it.

Mirsad Bektic vs. Russell Doane

Arnold Allen and Jeremy Kennedy both pulled out of this match due to injury, leaving Mirsad Bektic without an opponent. Now, he can rest easy knowing that Russell Doane has agreed to be his punching bag for the opening bout of the main card. The undefeated Bosnian loves to take his opponents down with his dominate wrestling game and grind out victories. I have no doubt he’ll be looking to do the same this Saturday.

Russell Doane took this fight on five days notice, but unlike his opponent, he's not enjoying any form of a hot streak. The Hawaii-born fighter’s UFC career is in jeopardy, following a three fight losing streak. Doane isn't ready for an opponent of this magnitude. Mirsad Bektic wins by knockout in the first round.

Stephan Struve vs. Daniel Omielanczuk

Stephan Struve's health problems have been a hindrance recently. This Saturday, he’ll be looking to get back on the road to the title. At seven feet tall, Struve’s length and kickboxing prowess make him a nightmare on his feet. To make matters worse, “Skyscraper” can also grapple with the best of them.

Daniel Omielanczuk loves to stand up and trade, and his cardio allows him to do so for the entire fight.

However, his ground game is a huge weakness. The "Polish Bear" just isn't in the same class as his opponent. Stephan Struve wins via second round submission.

Ovince Saint Preux vs. Jimi Manuwa

As one of the most well rounded fighters in his division, Ovince Saint Preux can claim victories in almost every way possible.

Saint Preux wants nothing more a shot at Daniel Cormier’s title, but first, he has to get through UFC 204 unscathed. He’ll want to take this fight to the ground and finish his opponent off from there.

Jimi Manuwa is a powerful striker with 15 wins under his belt -- 13 of which coming by knockout. His main objective on Saturday will be to defend against his opponent’s takedowns and keep this fight standing.

Jimi Manuwa is a monster on his feet and should finish this fight by third round knockout.

Vitor Belfort vs. Gegard Mousasi

The veteran, Vitor Belfort, is an aggressive fighter with a propensity for knockout finishes. He’s been a title contender almost his entire career and wants to gain the strap one last time before retirement. He throws multiple flurries of punches and kicks that all have fight ending potential. His opponent can't let his guard down for a moment.

Gegard Mousasi has promised the world that he would finish Vitor in the first round. He may be right, but he’s seriously underestimating his opponent's abilities. Yes, Vitor stopped using TRT, but he is still a lethal striker. However, that won't be enough to conquer Gegard Mousasi.

Mousasi makes good on his word and wins by first round knockout.

Michael Bisping vs. Dan Henderson

The knockout Michael Bisping received at UFC 100 still haunts him seven years later. This time around, “The Count” only has one thing on his mind -- revenge. At 37-years-old, Bisping is in his prime and aiming to silence his haters at his rival’s expense. The champion relentlessly controls the cage and pushes the pace, as if he can smell his opponents fear. There's just one problem. His opponent is one of the most fearless competitors of all time.

Sure, Dan Henderson is 46-years-old, but he has one of the most powerful right hands in the world. As long as he is still standing, the fight could end in the blink of an eye.

The longer this fight goes, however, the more the odds swing in Bisping’s favor. To avoid that, Henderson will be looking to end this one early with another giant H-bomb. (Yes, he nicknamed his right hand.) If this were a novel, Henderson would ride into the sunset UFC championship in hand. But this isn't a bedtime story. This is reality. Michael Bisping wins by second round knockout.

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