Antonio McKee - Safe. Add in his record, split decision, and "UFC jitters" they will probably give him another chance.
Greg Soto - I think he has a 50/50 chance. They might keep him around just in case a new up and comer needs a fight, or just to fill in a prelim spot on a Fight Night.
Mike Brown - Stay. Brown is pretty popular and a lot of people thought he was robbed.
Phil Baroni - In my eyes, he's gone. I think he's overrated and hasn't looked anywhere near decent for a while. Unless the UFC pulls a Tito Ortiz, and gives him fights on name alone. Other than that, he will recieve his walking papers.
Josh Grispi - He has no worries. Fans might complain that he was cheated out of a title shot, but he was honestly saved from a beating by Aldo. Now that he has to start over it will give him more time to improve more.
Marcus Davis- He's gone. Hasn't looked good for a while now and he just can't keep up the young guns. He was getting a beating at Welterweight, and moved down a division where he should have size and power advantage, but ended up getting knocked clean out. It's time to move on or start fighting the local circut.
Takanori Gomi - Safe. International superstar with a decent knockout over Tyson Griffin. The UFC will keep him due to his huge fanbase in Japan. He just needs to train his submission defense.
Nate Diaz- Dana won't cut him anytime soon unless he ends up pissing someone off. Seems as though he's having the same issue he had at Lightweight, blows through the low level guys and can't seem to make that push to win against those near the top 5-10. I think his downfall is his brother, Nick. Nate seems to be trying way too hard to be like Nick, and it just isn't working. He now seems to concentrate all his efforts on his "Stockton" boxing and thrash talking, and not winning the fight. Wouldn't surprise me to see him try his hand at Middleweight (joke)
Brandon Vera - He should be getting some calls from Strikeforce soon, because his days as "the next big thing" are over, and he can kiss that rematch with Jones goodbye. When you get to the point where a guy feels that you can cause no damage to him and goes on to play the drums on your back, your time is done. He can't back up the smack he talks anymore.
Chris Leben - Dana knows if he cut Leben there would outrage heard around the world. He's just too exciting to let go of, win or lose. He deserves a break anyway, he won two fights in two weeks.