02-19-2010 03:10 PMerception is reality right? That's not the case in the mixed martial arts. A fighter on an upswing isn't always necessarily the better guy in a particular fight. UFC 110 is dotted with matches where fighters struggled at times in 2009 and are looking to right the ship against less experienced/accomplished competition. Cain Velasquez, with just seven pro fights, steps way up to fight to Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, a veteran in his 39th fight. Several fighters have their backs against the wall. The UFC is extremely loyal but could it be the end of the road for Keith Jardine, Wanderlei Silva and Stephan Bonnar? The public is on the other side in all three of the fights featuring those guys. Check out Dave Farra from RawVegas.tv speaking with myself and Ben Fowlkes from Cage Potato. UFC 110 odds (Courtesy Venetian Resort Hotel Casino): Recommended plays tomorrow following weigh-in results. Cain Velasquez (+105) v. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (-135) - Heavyweight Michael Bisping (+115) v. Wanderlei Silva (-145) - Middleweight George Sotiropoulos (+180) v. Joe Stevenson (-220) - Lightweight Keith Jardine (+120) v. Ryan Bader (-150) - Light heavyweight Stephan Bonnar( +150) v. Krzysztof Soszynski (-180) - Light heavyweight Brian Foster (+170) v. Chris Lytle (-200) - Welterweight Goran Reljic (-180) v. C.B. Dolloway (+150) - Middleweight James Te Huna (-115) v. Igor Pokrajac (-115) - Light heavyweight More... Yahoo! Sports. Cagewriter is an MMA blog edited by Steve Cofield.