Tomorrow night the UFC returns to the place where it all began, Denver, Colorado, to present UFC 150: Henderson vs. Edgar II to the 20,000-plus capacity Pepsi Center and millions viewing worldwide via Pay-Per-View. The first of five main card fights sees IKF National and Pan-American Kickboxing Champion “The American Kid” Justin Lawrence (4-0) pitted against fellow 145lbs. striker “Blessed” Max Holloway (5-1). Former top middleweight contender “Thunder” Yushin Okami (26-7) squares off with Jackson’s MMA fighter Buddy Roberts (12-2) in the sophomore slot, followed by a card-anchoring bout between former Strikeforce champion Jake Shields (27-6-1) and resurging TUF alum “Short Fuse” Ed Herman (20-8). Co-main event honors go to a pair of lightweight title contention hopefuls, WEC veteran “Cowboy” Donald Cerrone (18-4) and heavy-hitting “The Young Assassin” Melvin Guillard (30-10-2), in what is certain to be a fight to the finish. If the MMA community isn’t already on the edge of their proverbial seats after the first four action packed match-ups of UFC 150. that is sure to change once the arena lights snap off, signaling the start of the evening’s marquee match-up. UFC Lightweight Champion “Smooth” Ben Henderson (16-2) is primed to face the man whom he stripped of the 155lbs. title, “The Answer” Frankie Edgar (14-2-1), in a highly anticipated rematch with UFC gold on the line. Who will come out on top? Only time will tell, but for now the staff of MMA Gospel takes a stab at predicting who will reign victorious and who will be sent packing.