Sure, he’s no longer the champ thanks to a quick Anthony Pettis armbar, but that doesn’t mean Henderson isn’t one of the top fighters in the division. And given the current champ’s penchant for injuries and long stays on the bench, it’s possible we’ll see “Bendo” wear the crown once more. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports Until Stefan Struve derailed him, Miocic was pounding on the mid-grade heavyweight ceiling trying to break through to the upper echelon. A win over Roy Nelson has him back on track, and now he’s facing Gabe Gonzago. Would a win there put him over? Definitely. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports Injuries have kept Thomson on the outside looking in for much of his career, but if you take a look at his record, you’ll see this former Strikeforce champ has really only lost to the very best. And you need only look as far as his last fight – a complete destruction of Nate Diaz – to see an example of his handiwork. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports Once upon a time, Gonzaga was the guy who was brought in to get KO’d by Mirko CroCop but flipped the script and KO’d the Croatian instead. He’s since reinvented himself by going back to his jiu-jitsu roots, which, inexplicably, now has opponents thinking about his grappling as he knocks them out. Hey, whatever works. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports He can’t quite reach the threshold required to be a UFC champ, but Cerrone is without question on of the most dangerous fighters in the lightweight division. He’s certainly a member of the 155-pound weight class elite. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports Everyone loves a dramatic knockout, and since Stephens has been delivering them to us for a while now, everyone loves him, too. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Fedyck-USA TODAY Sports It’s way too soon to tell if Sergio will ever attain the heights his older brother Anthony has reached, but it’s fun to watch him and speculate. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports One day we may be looking over the history books and talking about how Renan Barao was one of the all-time best. If that’s the case, then there’s really no shame in how Wineland fell short in his recent bid to take the Brazilian’s crown. In fact, it’s likely we’ll see the badass Wineland soon earning himself another shot. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports He fell to Chad Mendes, but other than that one hiccup, Elkins has had a fantastic run in the featherweight division since coming down in weight. He won’t be challenging for the belt anytime soon, but it’ll be cool to see who he takes out. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports Watching Caceres fight is a guilty pleasure. He will never come close to getting a whiff of belt, and he’ll get beat by most in the featherweight division, but he’s got personality in the cage – which means it’s fun to watch him win and fun to watch him lose. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports UFC on FOX 10 will, as the name implies, be broadcast on the main FOX network, thereby making it free to just about anyone who has a functioning television. If that alone isn’t reason to want to tune in to a card headlined by a former UFC champ and a former Strikeforce champ, well, I guess you need more convincing. Here, then, are ten good reasons why you should watch UFC on FOX 10.