UFC 150 fight card: Predictions, preview and a complete guide to 'Henderson vs Edgar 2'

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For fans of mixed martial arts, this past week has been a slow crawl of steadily rising anticipation for tonight's "Henderson vs. Edgar 2" event, going down at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.

UFC 150 will feature a lightweight championship rematch pitting titleholder Ben Henderson giving Frankie Edgar a crack at the crown he defeated him for back in February at UFC 144 in Japan.

Also on the card, Donald Cerrone hooks 'em up with a heavy Melvin Guillard, Jake Shields returns to the middleweight division against Ed Herman, and Yushin Okami attempts to stave off the firing squad against Octagon newcomer Buddy Roberts.

It's been a flurry of non-stop news, analysis, quotes, predictions and previews for the past week and it's certainly understandable if you missed out on a few stories.

But don't worry, Maniacs, we've got you covered.

In cased you missed any or all of it - or just want to keep the discussion alive - below are links to all the major storylines heading into tonight's broadcast.

In we go:

UFC 150: "Henderson vs. Edgar 2"

Fight card and line-up

Results and live fight coverage

UFC 150 predictions and previews:

Tommy Gun straight shoots the main card

"Prelims" preview and predictions part one

"Prelims" preview and predictions part two

Fight preview: Max Holloway vs. Justin Lawrence

Fight preview: Yushin Okami vs. Buddy Roberts

Fight preview: Jake Shields vs. Ed Herman

Fight preview: Donald Cerrone vs. Melvin Guillard

Fight preview: Ben Henderson vs. Frankie Edgar

UFC 150 press conferences:

Pre-fight press conference

Press conference video

Press conference staredown pics

Press conference photos gallery

UFC 150 weigh-ins:

Weigh-in results

Weigh-in video

Weigh-in staredown pics

Weigh-in photos gallery

Melvin Guillard misses weight and is fined

UFC 150 news:

Event poster

Conference call

Open workouts photos gallery

Open workouts videos and interviews

Latest odds and betting guide

UFC 150 editorials:

History in the Making: Ben Henderson and Frankie Edgar go to war at UFC 144

History in the Making: Ed Herman returns from a career threatening injury to rattle off three wins in a row

Dana White reveals the winner of Ben Henderson vs. Frankie Edgar will fight Nate Diaz no matter what

Ben Henderson is looking forward to getting past Frankie Edgar rematch

Melvin Guillard: There is no way Donald Cerrone can beat me

Melvin Guillard is looking for an all out brawl against Donald Cerrone

Jake Shields lifted weights to bulk up for Ed Herman fight

UFC 150 videos:

Dana White video blog episode one

Event trailer

Extended preview

Countdown to UFC 150

Predictions from Myles Jury

Ben Henderson vs. Frankie Edgar fan-made trailer

Ben Henderson's rise to the top of the lightweight division

That, my friends, should be enough to keep you talking -- at least for the time being.

I'd ask what the biggest story heading into this event has been but we all know damn well what that is and it's all going to play itself out tonight, live on pay-per-view.

Enjoy the show, Maniacs.

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