Picks after the jump.
[C} Michael Bisping vs  Dan Henderson
Not enough is made of the fact that Henderson was one of the most notable TRT abusers. While Vitor Belfort is regularly and deservedly slammed retrospectively for his use of TRT, Henderson is still revered and held aloft as a legend. Bisping called him a "marvel of modern science" and his results since coming off are the proof. He was very lucky to escape his bout with Hector Lombard with a win and has no business being a title fight.
 Vitor Belfort vs  Gegard Mousasi
There's not much to say about this fight. Belfort is not the same guy since he was forced to stop cheating and Mousasi is a very dangerous guy. I expect Mousasi to batter and finish him within two rounds. No point in betting it.
 Ovince Saint Preux vs  Jimi Manuwa
 Stefan Struve vs  Daniel Omielanczuk
I always give anyone a chance against Stefan Struve, easily one of the most disappointing guys to watch at any time anywhere, but he has at least beaten guys I've heard of before. Omielanczuk had a string of submission finishes on the Eastern European circuit but has failed to achieve the same in six UFC bouts. A striking battle should theoretically favor Struve in an ugly decision.
 Mirsad Bektic vs Russell Doane
So you're trying to lure people to the Manchester Arena, get them to stay until 5am and this is on your main card? Oh boy. Doane is a brother from the islands of Hawaii so I'd like to back him but his UFC record is even less remarkable than Daniel Omielanczuk's. I think Bektic, an active striker, should be able to stay unbeaten without too much trouble. With four straight losses, Doane's future as a UFC fighter would probably be in doubt. That's rough, buddy.
My picks: Bisping, Mousasi, Manuwa, Struve, Bektic
Chris picks: Bipsing, Belfort, Saint Preux, Omielanczuk, Bektic