I'm sold of McDonald, and will have to see something special from Penn to take the win here. Perhaps a fully focused Penn will be able to make the most of striking exchanges and take the fight on the feet.
I don't get why you had that "feeling" with Diaz/Cerrone. Although Cerrone was the favourite on the cards, coming off of such an amazing performance against Gomi, Nate wasn't exactly coming in as a nobody. It was unclear if it was just one good performance or if he had put together many improvements, but I'm sure some people thought the latter.
I'm probably the best at keeping threads on topic of all time.