Let's take a look...
David Branch (20-3-0) vs. Krzysztof Jotko (19-1-0)
This is a classic battle of youth versus experience, and I always get excited for these kinds of fights with two unknowns, as these guys feel like they have more to prove, and it really shows in their performance. Branch is in his mid 30s and did compete in the UFC once upon a time, with the last loss on his record coming at the hands of former light heavyweight contender Anthony Johnson. Since then, he has picked up quite a string of victories outside of the promotion. Jotko cannonball'd his way into the UFC talent pool with his own string of victories, and picked up a huge win in his last fight over former middleweight contender Thales Leites. This one could go either way, but I think since Branch may feel like he has more to prove and less to lose, it could end up going his way. I'll take Branch to pick up the Unanimous Decision here.
Frankie "The Answer" Edgar (21-5-1) vs. Yair "Pantera" Rodriguez (10-1-0)
This is arguably Rodriguez's biggest fight to date, and it couldn't have come at a better time, as depending on the outcome of the Aldo versus Holloway fight next month, a win here could easily springboard him to the front of the line for a title opportunity. But you can never count out Frankie Edgar. He didn't look too impressive in the Aldo fight last July, but bounced right back with a win over Jeremy Stephens in his latest bout. Ultimately, I think Edgar needs this a whole lot more to even be considered for another title match, and I'll take Edgar to win by Unanimous Decision.
Demian Maia (24-6-0) vs. Jorge "Gamebred" Masvidal (32-11-0)
Demian Maia has looked almost unstoppable since dropping down to welterweight in 2012. But Masvidal has proven in recent fights that he is no joke. He's coming off knockout victories over Donald Cerrone and Jake Ellenberger, but Maia is coming off submission victories over Carlos Condit and Matt Brown. All four of those fighters are impressive in their own right, so there is no question that whoever wins this fight will definitely be next in line for the next title shot. It really all depends where this fight ends up. I think Maia has the significant advantage on the ground, so Masvidal will probably do everything he can to avoid that predicament. However, Maia has really stepped up his game on his feet in recent years also. It's a tough one to call, but I think Maia will be able to negotiate this one to the ground as he's done in so many of his recent fights, so I'll pick him to get the Unanimous Decision.
Joanna Jedrzeczyk (13-0-0) vs. Jessica "Bate Estaca" Andrade (16-5-0) for the UFC Women's Strawweight Championship
I wasn't all that impressed with Joanna's last title win. I thought that fight was a little closer than the judges did, so I really think she needs a convincing win here to silence the naysayers. I'm kind of surprised that Andrade is getting this shot, as her win/loss record hasn't been outstanding, but again, a win here will silence her critics as well, if she even has any. I think the best chance that Andrade has in this fight is to take it to the ground, as Joanna is not really known to be a submission specialist. I think Joanna is probably prepared for that though, and I pick her to keep the title via TKO.
Stipe Miocic (16-2-0) vs. Junior "Cigano" Dos Santos (18-4-0) for the UFC Heavyweight Championship
Needless to say, Miocic has only been defeated twice in his MMA career, and both of those losses were in the UFC. Neither of those losses happened on pay per view, and this is the first one that Miocic has a chance to avenge. Regardless of how close that fight was, this is a different year, and each of these guys is in a different place. Since that fight, Miocic has not only defeated, but knocked out four former champions and contenders in this division. Even though he won his last fight, Dos Santos is probably still reeling from the knockout loss to Alistair Overeem in 2015. That has to be damaging to his confidence, and I think he'll proceed with caution in this fight, which will eventually lead to his defeat. I'll take the champ to retain by TKO.
So there you have it.
Who are you picking?