I'm pretty pumped for this one. All-in-All 74 was pretty solid, alot more exciting than 73, this one also has the potential to be good too.
Bisping-Hamill Hamill is obviously the better wrestler, but Bisping seems to be better rounded and a more dangerous striker. Back on TUF 3 Bisping was too much for mat sparring and with submissions. Matt did seem to be in Mike's head as far as knowing that he's the better wrestler. I think though Mike has more potential and should win this one. As we saw last week the better wrestler (or more accomplished) won't always win.
Cro Cop-Kongo At first I was upset seeing this matchup, knowing how good Mirko is it seemed like a cakewalk. However, both of these guys have similar strengths, on their feet. The only way I can imagine it goes to the ground is if someone is stunning by a kick/punch. Cro Cop wins but it will be an exciting slugfest.
Hendo-Rampage pretty much agree with what Jensen said. I'm leaning toward Hendo but that may change between now and then.
Another main card matchup is Alessio Sakara/Houston Alexander. I've been looking to see Alexander again. He was an unkown and just demolished Keith Jardine in his first UFC fight. I want to see him fight longer just to be able to judge whether he's a diamond in the rough, or just a heavy-handed brawler who took advantage of a sloppy fight by Jardine. Sakara is a good measuring stick, he's solid but will never be a contender and should most likely stay on his feet to trade with Houston. Houston KO 2nd.