Light Heavyweight bout: Quinton Jackson vs. Lyoto Machida
Welterweight bout: Matt Hughes vs. B.J. Penn
Middleweight bout: Gerald Harris vs. Maiquel Falcão
Light Heavyweight bout: Phil Davis
vs. Tim Boetsch
Lightweight bout: George Sotiropoulos
vs. Joe Lauzon
Spike TV card
Welterweight bout: Matt Brown
vs. Brian Foster
Middleweight bout: Aaron Simpson vs. Mark Muņoz
Welterweight bout: Karo Parisyan vs. Dennis Hallman
Lightweight bout: Edson Barboza vs. Mike Lullo
Lightweight bout: Paul Kelly
vs. T.J. O'Brien
Lightweight bout: Tyson Griffin
vs. Nik Lentz
I fully expect Machida to win against Rampage, for the same reason I'm picking BJ over Hughes - I'm not all that sold on either Rampage or Hughes as top level threats anymore, and even though Machida and BJ have had a really tough run of performances against guys who clearly have their respective number (Rua and Edgar), I fancy them both to stay afloat with wins over tough, but ultimately declining fighters.
Phil Davis is a beast, he should have no major problems, and Harris is getting the same kind of love, but I'm not as sold about him. Falcao has been beaten twice by Fabio Maldonado, who had a good but less than convincing win over James McSweeney not so long ago, but his record of 25-3 still looks stellar. Not sure the quality of opposition, and I'm not convinced how good he is, but clearly the guy can win. I'm really just guessing here as you can tell
I'm also not picking Karo on account of I can't remember seeing a good performance out of him in years. Hallman, however, is a guy who's been fighting non-stop, and he's even started winning in the UFC!
Elsewhere, I like Sotiropolous to actually finish Lauzon, and Tyson Griffin should get a reasonably entertaining fight out of that boring shit bag Nik Lentz by being better than Lentz at his main strength. It's all downhill from there for the Carny.