Frankie Edgar vs Ben Henderson UFC 144 fight video simulation

Want to know who wins the UFC 144 main event between Frankie Edgar vs. Ben Henderson, which is scheduled to take place at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan, on Feb. 25, 2012?

Look no further than the UFC Undisputed 3 video game.

The boys over at THQ put together this video simulation to promote the upcoming lightweight championship fight that will determine the top dog in the 155-pound division ... until the next challenger comes along.

And if life imitates art, come Sunday morning we'll have a new lightweight champion.

That's because Henderson -- a talented Brazilian jiu-jitsu guard player with a killer guillotine -- will get taken down in the fourth round, get caught up against the fence and ultimately latch onto Edgar's neck and not let go until "The Answer" taps his title away.

Here are a handful of notable stats from the simulation, which is the culmination of 25 matches:

Edgar landed more overall strikes in 60-percent of their matches
Henderson attempted 60 submissions in 25 matches
Edgar won by TKO six times in 25 matches
Edgar and Henderson rocked each other an equal amount of times in 25 matches
Henderson won by head kick KO once in 25 matches
Henderson won by submission seven times in 25 matches

Anyone think these stats will come close to the real thing in "The Land of the Rising Sun" this weekend? For more on the "Edgar vs. Henderson" match up click here. Check out the video after the jump.

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