He was the last Strikeforce welterweight champ ever, and when he sets foot into the Octagon on Saturday, he aims to answer a lot of questions – such as, how does Tarec Saffiedine stack up against UFC-level competition and where does he stand in relation to the now-vacant 170-pound title? Saffiedine is a Belgian fighter with ace striking skills, and training at Team Quest has made his game complete. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports Since the UFC’s expansion to the four corners of the globe, an influx of fighters have South Korea have given the Octagon some definite international flavor. And while Lim certainly is no Korean Zombie when it comes to accomplishments and popularity, he is undefeated in the UFC and prone to knocking foes out. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports Two things are true about Holloway: he tends to lose to top-level competition – such as Conor McGregor, Dennis Bermudez and Dustin Poirier – and win or lose, the dude goes out banging. The latter fact makes him fun to watch for sure, and since his opponent at UFC Fight Night 34 is an Octagon rookie, expect Holloway to deliver a beating. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Kimura is capable of winning via KO or sub, although as his last name indicates, he does tend to favor getting the tap out. Regardless, he only tasted defeat for the first time in his last trip to the cage, so watch for him to bounce back hard and brutality. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports All eyes may be on promotional newcomer Tatsuya Kawajiri and what that Japanese superstar may be bringing to the table, but another Japanese fighter making his UFC debut on Saturday is Kikuno – and of the two, Kikuno is the more dynamic striker. Maybe this comes from his accomplished Kyokushin Karate background, and maybe it’s just his attitude, but Kikuno is definitely one to watch. UFC Fight Night 34 is nearly upon us, but as UFC cards go, this one is pretty stacked with names few would recognize. Of course, the fact that this event is taking place in Singapore plays a factor in lineup, and it should be noted that there are definitely a bunch of fighters who are worth tuning in to UFC Fight Pass for. So here they are!