(Buy the entire collection of CagePotato staff fights on VHS today!) With a veritable buffet of fights going down this weekend in UFC 161 and World Series of Fighting 3, we here at CagePotato decided to dust off a rivalry older than Paraguay vs. UruguayÃ‚Â in attempt to break it all down. CP staff writers Jared Jones and Seth FalvoÃ‚Â were more than willing to step up to the plate (and over the bones of their past victims) to wage war on a variety of topics relating to this weekend’s action, so read on and let us know how you think either event will play out in the comments section. What’s the over-under on Rashad Evans’ 50 takedowns claim? Also, have you ever heard a worse hook to draw PPV buys?Ã‚Â Jared: Call me crazy, but I‘m taking the under here. Specifically, 4. As Henderson recently stated, Evans has looked a little “shy”Â on the feet ever since he was knocked out by Lyoto Machida in the midst of delivering one epic tongue-lashing at UFC 98. My prediction is that this fight goes down in a similar, albeit less dominating fashion as Evans vs. Davis. Rashad was able to nail 3 takedowns in that fight, and that was against a guy he was absolutely eating up in the standup department. A fear of Henderson‘s patented H-Bomb is going to result in a Rashad Evans who is timid on the feet (like he was against Lil‘ Nog) and who will look to wear out his older foe with his superior speed until Hendo tires out around the 3 minute mark of the second round. It is then when Rashad will truly start looking to impose his will on the ex-Strikeforce champ in the form of the takedown. Truthfully, I hope it doesn’t ever come to that, as I am using the precedent set forth by Vitor BelfortÃ‚Â to predict that Hendo lands a TRT-fueled flying knee to Evans‘ dome as he shoots for his first takedown.