This past April at Colorado’s Broomfield Event Center, Josh Neer stepped into the Octagon with all odds stacked against him. With an extended absence from the UFC, untested mettle in a new weight class, and a formidable veteran opponent, a potential win would not come easy. To add to the burden, this wasn’t an ordinary fight— its outcome would determine his standing in the organization.http://www.ufc.com/index.cfm?fa=news.detail&gid=14484
while i like diaz in this fight, you can't count out neer, he is a tough experienced fighter with impressive wins over din thomas and joe stevenson in his career. i think this is another war with diaz pulling off a sub after taking some nice shots.
I can't wait for this fight, and I think(just like Neer said) it'll end in the 3rd or go to the decision.