I like the card and it's certainly Nate, not Nick.
Apart from strong positions and arguments whether BJ deserves a rubber match or not, he got it and it's going to be a good fight. It's a corner turning fight no matter how it goes, either BJ proves his dominance and affirms all the, "not 100%" rumors or Edgar establishes his dominance over a legend, which propels him up even further. Right now Edgar doesn't get the credit he does or doesn't deserve based on speculations of BJ's form that night. This fight should establish some foundation on perceived truth. It'll further solidify BJ or finally solidify Edgar (again, not offering a personal opinion here, but reality is that popular perception is still on the fence about Edgar's win, so he has a chance to solidify his superiority or fall to the credence of the BJ rumors).
Maynard/Florian, that's a good fight with two fighters on a very close skill-set, theoretically, it's a well balanced fight, so it should be competitive, unlike Florian's mundane ****-fest of Takanori.
Couture/Toney, pure entertainment. Who doesn't like seeing a big mouth get their mouth smashed in. Maybe not the greatest display of MMA will be displayed from both fighters, but it should be satisfying to watch Randy show James the truth.
I've seen worse cards for sure, and with Lesnar/Carwin & Page/Rashad coming up, right after the recent Machida/Rua II, we don't have too much to complain about.
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