Dustin Poirier (18-4-0) vs. Joseph Duffy (14-1-0)
This fight is very intriguing, but if it hits the ground Poirier will have his best chance at winning. Duffy has one professional loss as well as a loss on TUF due to submission and Poirier has a third of his wins by submission. Also, the two fighters are pretty even not he feet with Duffy holding a height and reach advantage. Poirier by submission in the second round.
Patrick Holohan (12-1-1) vs. Louis Smolka (9-1-0)
This fight will most likely go to decision as both fighters have never been finished and even though they have a great finishing records it will most likely not happen. Smolka has faced better competition and come out ahead as well as only has one loss to a title challenger by split decision. Smolka by decision.
Norman Parke (20-4-1) vs. Reza Madadi (13-3-0)
In one corner, you have an Irish National freestyle wrestler and Judo Black Belt facing off with a Gold Medal Swedish Freestyle Wrestler and BJJ Purple belt. Madadi would have been the favorite a couple years ago, but he has not fought in two years and is 37 years old. Parker is younger and has fought on a more frequent basis. Parke by split decision victory.
Nicolas Dalby (14-0-0) vs. Darren Till (13-0-0)
Till is taller, younger, and a bigger finisher. In his last fight, he knocked out an opponent with nearly three times as much experience as him while Dalby barely won his Octagon debut. Dalby by TKO in the first.