Cyborg might have problems with Nakamura. He started off good but in his big fights lately, Cyborg has been slipping. Nakamura brings it with him every time out and has beaten a lot more credible opponents than people give him credit for. I'll take Nakamura by decision.
The rest of the card (the tourney) looks awesome to me. While many people might think they're all blow away matches, I'll go as far as saying not one is a sure-thing. As we've talked about before with Fujita/Silva, Silva probably won't be knocking Fujita out and Fujita should be able to get takedowns. That alone complicates that fight. Look at CroCop/Yoshida. If CroCop is going to lose, how will it happen? A Submission guy will tap him out or a better striker would out strike him. Yoshida can very well submit CroCop. He'll have a fun time trying to get him down on the ground to do it, but it's quite possible. Hunt/Barnett I'd say is a pick'em if not Barnett being favored, however most will probably favor Hunt in this one. Much like CroCop's entrance into the sport I still feel anyone who can take Hunt down without problems should handle him. Yoshida tapped him out, Bobish pulverized him until gassing. Barnett should be able to take him down and pound the shit out of him or submit him. All a matter of if he does that soon enough instead of striking with him too long. And with Werdum/Nog you know even though Nog should be able to out-box him without much problems, it's going to the ground and when you got two guys as good at jiu-jitsu rolling around with knees, punches, etc. added to the mix - shit happens. I'd say Nog over Werdum is the best bet of the show and even it isn't a sure thing. Great tournament line-up, can't wait.