There are two Donald Cerrones. One mixes his strikes, throws combinations, moves well -- all of it. The other is indecisive -- still aggressive, but in an awkward, easy-to-counter, predictable kind of way. If the first Cerrone shows up, he'll beat KJ Noons. Noons will give Cerrone the fight he wants. He's got good defense and head movement, but he's not in and out. He'll engage. Cerrone will win that kind of fight. He'll throw kicks at all levels, knees up the middle and fire the jab. If he wants, he has a wrestling advantage here, too. Noons can take a punch and when he does get taken down, he's good at getting up, but he doesn't have the firepower or the tricks to keep up with an on-point Cerrone.