Condit, 29, is coming off successive setbacks against UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and No. 1 contender Johny Hendricks.
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The longtime Jackson's MMA student was previously riding a five-fight winning streak over Nick Diaz, Dong Hyun Kim, Dan Hardy, Rory MacDonald and Jake Ellenberger.
Condit met Kampmann in his April 2009 UFC debut, losing a closely contested split decision.
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Previously the face of the now-defunct WEC welterweight division, the promotion's last-reigning champion entered the UFC with marquee wins over Carlo Prater, Brock Larson, John Alessio and Frank Trigg.
A versatile kickboxer and Brazilian jiu-jitsu brown belt, Condit's finishing rate is among the most impressive in divisional history as he's recorded 13 wins by knockout and 13 wins by submission in 28 professional victories.
Kampmann, 31, was last seen suffering a 46-second knockout loss to Hendricks at UFC 154 this past November, snapping a three-fight winning streak over Ellenberger, Thiago Alves and Rick Story.
Since his August 2006 UFC debut, Kampmann has earned other notable wins over Thales Leites, Jorge Rivera, Jacob Volkmann and Paulo Thiago, while suffering losses against Nate Marquardt, Paul Daley, Jake Shields and Diego Sanchez.
A BJJ brown belt under Robert Drysdale, Kampmann fights out of Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas. Like his opponent, Kampmann has proven equally capable of dispatching foes by knockout or submission.
Kampmann is a strong defensive fighter, avoiding 63% of significant strikes and 78% of takedown attempts. Condit hasn't been as successful with his sprawl, only thwarting 36% of takedowns.
Kampmann has also attempted 21 submissions throughout his UFC career, the third highest in welterweight history.
Condit has his sights set on redemption and he'll need to punish Kampmann with combinations, while defending the Danish veteran's attempts to ground him.
Stylistically, the two fighters match up evenly, but Condit has always benefited from his sturdy chin. Condit's footwork and accuracy on his feet could be the difference makers, as he narrowly outpoints Kampmann in a fast-paced affair.
Verdict: Condit via Decision
-Donald Cerrone (20-5) vs. Rafael dos Anjos (19-6)
No. 6-ranked lightweight Cerrone will try to halt the momentum of No. 10-ranked dos Anjos in the co-featured attraction.
Cerrone, 30, defeated K.J. Noons by unanimous decision at UFC 160 this past May.
A well-rounded lightweight based at Jackson's MMA in New Mexico, Cerrone has fallen short when it's mattered most, suffering losses to Anthony Pettis and Nate Diaz in UFC title eliminators, as well as losses against Benson Henderson and Jamie Varner in WEC championship fights.
The Colorado native needs some consistency to position himself as a viable threat to the title, as he's defeated high-caliber opposition, including Melvin Guillard, Jeremy Stephens, Dennis Siver, Charles Oliveira, Varner, James Krause, Danny Castillo and Anthony Njokuani.
Cerrone appeared in headlines last week as he was slapped with a third-degree misdemeanor assault charge following an alleged physical altercation during a boating incident. The extreme sports enthusiast needs to stay focused on the task at hand, as a hungry Brazilian will be looking to take his head off on Saturday night.
Dos Anjos, 28, is riding a four-fight winning streak, including decisions over Njokuani, Mark Bocek and Evan Dunham.
The Rio de Janeiro-based BJJ black belt has come up short against Gleison Tibau, Clay Guida, Tyson Griffin and Stephens during his UFC run, but we're only now beginning to see him realize his full potential in the Octagon.
Dos Anjos will threaten with a sharp muay thai assault, but Cerrone should have his number standing. Dos Anjos should rely on his wrestling and grappling, but he'll need to put Cerrone on his back first.
Cerrone, who lands 5.52 significant strikes per minute, the highest in lightweight history, will be pushing a frantic pace. Dos Anjos' 70.7% significant striking defense rate, the fourth-highest in the division, is an impressive statistic, so he needs to anticipate Cerrone's attacks, while making him pay with counters.
Cerrone's accuracy and output should be the deciding factors, however, as he lands the most damaging blows to leave a lasting impression on judges' scorecards.
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