Simple plan: Che Mills ready to beat Rory MacDonald and shock the world at UFC 145

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If you don't know who Che Mills is yet, the British banger guarantees you will on Sunday morning.

That's because he has a "Beautiful" gameplan for Rory MacDonald on the main card of the UFC 145: "Jones vs. Evans" pay-per-view (PPV) event, which goes down tomorrow night (April 21, 2012) at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.

"Beautiful" in its simplicity.

Mills made his Octagon debut in style, "C-Murdering" Chris Cope at the UFC 138: "Munoz vs. Leben" event in Birmingham, England. It was the fifth straight win for the Trojan Freefighter and upsetting MacDonald would make a serious statement in the promotion's crowded 170-pound division.

After the jump, the former Cage Rage Welterweight Champion tells how he plans on getting it done.

"Beating him, plain and simple, that's my plan. Like I said, not a lot of people know me. I wanna come in here and shock everyone, be recognized as a contender myself. I've trained for everything, I know he's trained for everything, so I can see it being one of those back-and-forth wars."

MacDonald is 3-1 inside the Octagon and 12-1 overall, his only loss coming at the hands of division number one contender Carlos Condit back in 2010. "Ares" is widely considered to be the next big thing at 170-pounds, but he'll need to get past Mills in "The Big Peach" to prove it.

Who ya' got?

For a more in-depth look at Rory MacDonald vs. Che Mills at UFC 145 check out our extensive fight preview right here.

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