Don't make the mistake of thinking Ryan Bader is out of his league here. Quinton Jackson is one of the best at finding his range and timing his counters, but Bader hasn't shown a huge weakness to getting hit. He can be deceptively quick, and his unorthodox, bull-rushing style of striking is difficult to counter. His takedowns aren't seamlessly worked into his game yet, though, and at times they are telegraphed, but he's got a decent top game when he gets the fight to the ground. If Jackson is put on his back, he'll have difficulty getting up, and we've all seen him burn through his gas tank in those situations. All that said, Bader has been tentative in his biggest fights, which is a concern. Jackson will feast on any psychological advantage Bader gives him.