Hope I'm just being paranoid here but Chael looked a little bit off in post weight-in interview with Ariel Helwani, hope the cut wasn't too rough for him. Human body can only take so much, and it wouldn't be the first great fighter ruined by cutting too much weight too often. If he comes in there in a good condition he should smash Bispings face without any trouble, really can't see what Bisping has to offer here that Chael couldn't deal with. He doesn't have the same kind of one punch knockout power guys like Stann have, his TDD is solid but so was Silva's, and I really doubt he is going to submit Sonnen or scramble and get back to his feet easily. It might go three rounds, but if it does, look for Bisping's face being a bloody mess afterwards.
Rashad is going to beat Davis. I really like Davis, but I just think this is too much too soon for him. Then again, he is young and developing fighter and we haven't seen him inside the octagon for nearly a year, so who knows how much as his game improved since then. Rashad should easily be able to box him standing, so I think its just a matter of weather Davis can take this fight to the ground or not and if he can, how much can he do there? Its a 5 round fight and thats a long time to be in there with a guy like Rashad. I'm still rooting for Davis, but I don't fancy his chances.
I'd really like to hear your opinions of Maia - Weidman though. I don't recon seeing any of Weidmans fights, quick search in google shows that he seems to be a great wrestler but only has purple belt in BJJ. Bookmakers have him as a favorite to win the fight, but Maia having been with the UFC for many more fights and being far more experienced, and also a great grappler, who is going to have the edge here?
I'll also be looking forward to Oliveira's fight, and Russow - Einemo might turn out to be quite a HW collision as well.