This is a really tough fight to call. I like both fighters a lot. I think people are forgetting how much Lyoto's style has evolved in his last couple of fights. He was the aggressor against Rashad, but he chose his angles in a way that didn't expose him to on-coming attacks. That "exchange" as one person put it, that Rashad and Lyoto were in at the end of their fight wasn't much of an exchange at all. It was Lyoto finishing off Rashad. He didn't take much of a risk by moving in there, because he picked angles to attack from that were safe. I think if anything Lyoto's fight with Thiago Silva proved how hard he can hit. I was surprised how many of you seem to not be aware of those last two factors about Lyoto's techniques. I'm more on the page of those who said this fight would probably bring something we've never really witnessed to the octagon before. Such high levels of technique against one another. Styles make fights, and we've never seen Anderson against a fighter who manages to be both elusive and aggressive simultaneously, much like himself. I could see Lyoto taking this from Anderson by picking a good angle of attack and following through with it much like he did against Rashad, until Anderson was finished from the onslaught. However I could also see Anderson catching Lyoto with a good hit rocking him as he did to Forrest, and finishing him off in a similar manner. It's hard to say, difficult to imagine, and impossible to predict.