Mirsad Bektic (-150) L
Bektic's opponent Josh Emmett is a prototypical Team Alpha Male fighter, lots of movement, jumps in and out of the pocket from unusual angels, and has good wrestling. Bektic is a strong, powerful counter striker with excellent takedown defense. Both have above average endurance. I think this fight stays standing (edge Bektic), with some clinchwork up against the cage (edge Bektic). Bektic was very successful in the clinch against Lamas, a common opponent. I think once Bektic gets Emmett's timing down (late 1st, early 2nd round), which is also around the time when Emmett's movement starts to decline, he's going to drop him with a counter, similar to how it went with Jeremy Stephens. Emmett is 34 which is more like 38-39 in featherweight years, and his chin isn't what it used to be. I predict 2nd rd. KO but also think Bektic wins a decision if it goes to the judges.
Juliana Pena (-160) W
If Pena hadn't taken time off to have a babe this line would be more like -300. Her opponent, Montano, has far less experience, less power, limited wrestling and takedown defense, and average at best striking. Honestly, these two fighters aren't even in the same class IMO. The 2+ year layoff for Pena is a concern, but Montano has also been on the shelf for a while (18+ months). This is a short notice fight for Pena but it's at her weight class (135lbs) and she has a nice reach advantage. Give me Pena by decision.
Simon (-320) L
This is a straight fade of 40 yr old Faber. Simon is a young, hungry, complete fighter. I just don't see any path to victory for faber. I never like laying this much but this is as close to a sure thing as it gets.