Though he has a strong wrestling background, Ryan Bader has plenty of power in his hands. He showed this when he knocked out Keith Jardine in the third round of their bout at UFC 110.
Bader had a long undefeated streak that was stopped by eventual champion Jon Jones. Tito Ortiz added to Bader's troubles by submitting him at UFC 132.
He got back on the winning track with a first-round knockout of Jason Brilz in November. This weekend, he has another chance to show he's in the upper echelon of light heavyweights against Quinton "Rampage" Jackson. Will he do it, or will Jackson get the win? Tell us in the comments, on Facebook or on Twitter.