This Saturday at UFC Fight Night 98, Rafael Dos Anjossteps into the cage against Tony Ferguson in a main event that may determine who gets the next shot at the UFC lightweight championship. Let's get into it!

Alexa Grasso vs. Heather Clark

The undefeated Alexa Grasso makes her UFC debut in the opening bout of Saturday's main card. The Mexico native loves to push the pace from the beginning of the fight, and it hasn't let her down yet, amassing four first-round knockout victories in eight fights.Her main goal in this one will beto create opportunities on her feet early and finish her opponent.

Heather Clark is a former TUF competitor seeking to bounce back from her loss to Karolina Kowalkiewicz at UFC Fight Night 87.

Clark also has a history of fight stoppages and will be looking to put her career back on track by adding another submission victory to her resume. Unfortunately for Clark, Alexa Grasso should put on a show for her hometown crowd and finish this fight in the first round.

Beneil Dariushvs. Rashid Magomedov

Beneil Dariush is an intelligent striker who uses his speed to slip in and out of his opponent's range. The Iranian contender rarely ever finds himself on the wrong end of a takedown, and his high-leveltakedown defense allows him to showcase his deadly stand-up skills.

Rashid Magomedovis an aggressive counter striker who loves to pressure his opponents. His takedown defense is stellar in its own right, but it shouldn't come into play this trip to the cage.Expect a firefight between two lethal strikers ending withBeneil Dariush to picking up the victory via second round knockout.

Ricardo Lamas vs.Charles Oliveira

"The Bully," Ricardo Lamas was originally scheduled to fight BJ Penn at UFC Fight Night 97. Penn pulled out of the fight due to injury, however, and the UFC was forced to cancel the entire event. Lamas is an explosive athlete with power behind his strikes and a repertoire filled with dangerous submissions.

This fight could score him a shot at the featherweight title, and the pressure may be getting to him.

Charles Oliveira is a world-class grappler whose eight of his nine UFC wins have come by way of submission. "Do Bronx" is coming into this one hoping to add to that impressive number. This fight should be a wild exchange of sweeps and transitions that ends via submission.

The way I see it, that fighter should be Charles Oliveira in the third round.

Diego Sanchezvs.Marcin Held

Diego Sanchez is an excellent grappler with the cardio to aggressively push the pace for the entire fight. However, the former lightweight champion has slid considerably in the rankings following a 2-3 record in his last five fights. Expect him to put it all on the line this Saturday.

Marcin Held may be making his UFC debut, but he's not lacking in experience. The 22-4 "Polish Prodigy" has been fighting professionally for eight years. He's an exceptionally skilled submission artist with a respectable stand-up game. Expect him to gain a third round submission victory over the veteran and start his UFC career off hot.

Rafael dos Anjosvs.Tony Ferguson

The former UFC lightweight champion, Rafael dos Anjos, is a Jiu-Jitsu powerhouse with underrated power behind his fists, and there'sbeen only one thing on his mindlately: reclaiming his title. He'll be aiming to use his strikes to set up a takedown and finish the fight from there.

Tony Ferguson is a wrestler with great striking abilities whose made a name for himself by finishing fights early. Like his opponent, he also possesses an innate ability to make people tap, making this match a tantalizing proposition for fight fans around the world. This fight's almost too close to call, but I'll call it anyway. Rafael dos Anjos by unanimous decision.

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