Anyone can beat anyone in the Octagon on any given night. That goes without saying. But when UFC 210 plays out for us on April 8, and the co-main event between former champ Chris Weidman and stone-cold killer Gegard Mousasi commences, will the Armenian waste the American?

We know that Weidman is on a two-fight skid, while Mousasi has won his last four in pretty dominant fashion. We also know that Mousasi has always been a deadly and precise striker, and his willingness to strike is what cost Weidman against Luke Rockhold and Yoel Romero.

Really, the big question will likely be how well Mousasi can defend the takedown (sometime he can, sometimes he can’t), and how well his grappling will hold up against Weidman’s top game (Mousasi’s grappling is dangerous as hell, but then so is Weidman’s). Oh man, what a toss up.

While pondering both men’s odds, watch some of Mousasi in action.