As much as I'd call Donald Cerrone relatively unpredictable, if you look at his career, he's actually been pretty consistent. This guy feasts on middle tier fighters, devours them. But against Top 10 opponents? He has a pretty large sample size of coming up short. Evan Dunham is not, currently, a Top 10 lightweight. Dunham is good at everything, but not really great at anything. He's not a guy who will move in and out on you. When he gets hit, he only knows one response: brawl. His best quality actually is probably his toughness, but a brawl with Cerrone is dangerous. Dunham doesn't possess a ton of flash KO power. He only has two real, legitimate knockouts and they were against guys with first names of Per and Eben.
-- Brett Okamoto