On Saturday, February 14, 2015 the UFC heads to the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, CO for UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs. Thatch.

This card has gone through a lot of transitions over the last 45 days; originally welterweight contenders Matt Brown and Tarec Saffiedine were to headline this card but after several injuries and rearrangements talented up and comer Brandon Thatch will meet former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson in the main event.

While UFC Fight Night 60 isn’t stacked from top to bottom with name fighters casual fans would recognize this card has some interesting bouts that are sure to be entertaining. For the gamblers out there UFC Fight Night 60 will be a great opportunity to make some extra scratch.

Chris Kelades, +475 vs. Ray Borg, -650

Kicking off the main card will be a bout between flyweight up and comers Kelades and Borg. At just 21 years old, Borg is one of the youngest fighters on the UFC roster and he is one of the top prospects in the flyweight division. Kelades is a tough fighter, but Borg should come out on top.

Pick: Take Borg to win and at +145 lay for this fight to go to decision

Kevin Lee, -165 vs. Michel Prazeres, +145

In the second bout of the evening, lightweights Lee and Prazeres both look to make it three in a row in the Octagon. Prazeres and Lee are both talented grapplers, but with his wrestling background, Lee should become to claim victory.

Pick: Take Lee to win and at +144 take him to win by decision

Daniel Kelly, +150, Patrick Walsh, -170

In the third bout of the evening, four-time Olympic Judoka Kelly takes on talented up and comer Walsh. Walsh is a talented fighter with a lot of promise, but while Kelly doesn’t have a lot of MMA experience, he has a ton of experience competing at the world level in judo.

Pick: Take Kelly to win and at +204 take him to win inside the distance

Kiichi Kunimoto, +425 vs. Neil Magny, -550

In the fourth bout of the evening, welterweights Magny and Kunimoto look to breakthrough to the upper echelon of the division. Kunimoto is currently undefeated in the Octagon and comes into the bout riding a seven fight win streak. Magny on the other hand is coming off of one of the most impressive years in UFC history; Magny went 5-0 in the Octagon in 2014. Even though Kunimoto hasn’t been knocked out since his pro MMA debut, Magny is dangerous on the feet and he has the tools to keep the fight standing.

Pick: Take Magny to win and at +178 take him to win by decision

Cole Miller, +315 vs. Max Holloway, -380

In the co-main event of the evening, exciting featherweights Miller and Holloway look to lay claim to a top 10 spot in the official UFC featherweight rankings. Miller is a long time UFC veteran with a penchant for being in exciting bouts, but Holloway is a fast rising star in the sport. Holloway is currently on a four fight win streak with all four wins coming by way of stoppage.

Pick: Take Holloway to win and at +200 take him to win by TKO/KO

Benson Henderson, -105 vs. Brandon Thatch, -115

The main event of the evening features a welterweight bout between top prospect Thatch and main event savior Henderson. Henderson is a lightweight by trade but he moved up in weight to take on Thatch to save UFC Fight Night 60’s main event. Thatch is dangerous striker with a karate background, but Henderson is a former champion with a lot still left in the tank.

Pick: Take Henderson to win and at +280 take Henderson to win by decision.

Odds provided by BestFightOdds.com

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RJ Gardner
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RJ Gardner is a rabid sports fan and a long time MMA enthusiast. After watching UFC 1 at ripe old age of 11 RJ was hooked and his passion for the sport has continued to blossom over the years. RJ has been covering MMA since 2007 and has had work featured on Bleacher Report, SI.com, CBSSports.com and UFC.com. RJ is also a Petroleum Transportation Operations Manager during the day.