Obviously the better ones are the main and co-main, but I'm referring to some of the prelims. Jose Torres vs Alex Perez is a pretty underrated fight. Torres has long been regarded as one of the better prospects outside if the UFC, and while he didn't exactly look great in his UFC debut, he still remains an interesting fighter at 125. Perez seemingly came out of nowhere, getting a fight on the Contender Series and then dominating his next two opponents in the UFC. He seems like a legit grappler, and since Jose struggled in that department against Brooks, I think Alex will get it done. Kyung Ho Kang vs Ricardo Ramos should be an entertaining one, both guys are primarily grapplers that can lock up a submission in the blink of an eye, but aren't afraid of engaging on the feet. I feel like Ramos has the higher ceiling of the two, but is still very green and will struggle with Kang's game once the first round is over. Can't count him out though, he was on his way to losing to little Zahabi before landing a spinning elbow and finishing the fight. Ricky Simon vs Montel Jackson is easily one of the better prospect matchups at 135 imo. Simon has grit and is very versatile, but has looked vulnerable against better strikers that won't concede takedowns, his toughness saves him in those occasions though. Montel is still somewhat of an unknown, but seems to have crushing power for a BW and had a very impressive showing on the Contender Series, numerous fouls notwithstanding. I think the winner of this one will crack the top 15 in a short time. Pedro Munhoz vs Brett Johns is a fight between two very legit talents. Pedro has shown some formidable striking in his last two fights, dropping Rob Font before choking him out and having a somewhat close fight with Dodson. He has the best guillotine at 135, seemingly being able to jump on that at a moment's notice, and that does not bode well for Brett Johns, who's been a grinding wrestler for the better part of his UFC career. That doesn't mean he has no way of winning though, since his calf-slicer win over Joe Soto showed how nifty his ground game can be. Still, you have to favor the one that seems the most put together in Pedro Munhoz. TL;DR: this event will be an entertaining manlet showcase.