Thus far, 2013 has been kind to Zuffa, with PPV‘s and TV broadcasts delivering, whether or not this will be the case after this Saturday night is yet to be determined.Ã‚Â Will Dana pull Nick from the main event…again?Ã‚Â Will GSP unleash the dark side of his personality on Diaz as promised if the Stocktonian does manage to make it to the ring? Or are these fights all fixed and full of cheaters just trying to help out the economyÃ‚Â like Don Frye would have us believe? Buckle up as we head to the great white north and highlight some of the undercard bouts as well as all the main card bouts for UFC 158 in the hopes of cashing in big and possiblyÃ‚Â helping contribute to theÃ‚Â Save Danga‘s Legs fund. Undercard bouts (all betting lines courtesy of BestFightOdds): Reuben Duran (-140) vs. George RoopÃ‚Â (+120) Roop is a slight underdog against Duran, who is looking to bring his UFC record to .500 in this fight. The 6’1 Roop is making his bantamweight debut and I think his considerable size advantage in this fight may be worth the bet. Duran has proven he can be out grappled (vs. Mizugaki at UFC Live 3Ã‚Â ) and KO‘d (vs. Viana at the TUF 16 Finale) by opponents of lower caliber than Roop, so the TUF 8 alum should be able to use his considerable reach advantage to keep Duran on his feet and possibly finish the BJJ specialist. A quick look at Roop‘s record shows losses to current and former top contenders, whereas Duran has simply not fought the same level of competition. This fight may be too steep a step up for him right now.