History is in the making when the biggest UFC event in history so far takes Toronto, Canada by storm.  UFC 129 is only days away and the anticipation to this card can be cut with a paring knife.

The main event, showcasing one of the best pound-for-pound MMA fighters in the history of the sport, Canadian Georges St. Pierre, has been subject of all kinds of scrutiny and analysis by fans and experts all across the board.

Tonight all speculation will end as these two MMA greats enter the Octagon in a historical night.

Here is a rundown of our predictions here at The MMA Truth and make sure to join our Live Chat/Blog for complete play-by-play action, Tweets from many MMA personalities, and a very fun night of fights amongst MMA friends.

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UFC 129 Predictions for the Main Fights

Randy Couture vs. Lyoto Machida

Randy wins by unanimous decision.  Expect basically the same fight as Machida vs. Rampage, the only difference is, it is Randy Couture and no one closes distance and clinches better than him.

 

Vladimir Matyushenko vs. Jason Brilz

Brilz wins by split decision.  Brilz will grind out a win with his wrestling.

 

Jose Aldo vs. Mark Hominick

Jose Aldo wins by TKO. Although I see this fight being a lot less lopsided than some of Aldo's wins, especially against Manny Gamburyan, Aldo still wins the fight at the end.  This fight will also get Fight of the Night honors.

 

Georges St. Pierre vs. Jake Shields

GSP wins by unanimous decision.  Like I said in my last article, numbers don't lie.  GSP has a big challenge in front of him in the face of Jake Shields, but he has also come out on top against equally dangerous fighters and has beaten the best of the best in the welterweight division.

 

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