The main event of Saturday night's UFC 154 in Montreal will only solve one question in the crowded welterweight division: Who is the true champion: longtime belt-holder Georges St-Pierre, coming off a 19-month layoff due to injuries, or Carlos Condit, who captured the interim belt in St-Pierre's absence?
After that, the division is as full of unanswered questions as any division in the UFC.
In theory, the winner of Saturday night's intriguing co-main event, which features former two-time NCAA wrestling champion Johny Hendricks and his raw knockout power against the tough Danish submission artist Martin Kampmann, ought to determine a direct path to the next welterweight title bout.
But for whoever wins, there are many scenarios that could upend what seems would be an obvious shot at the title.
"You never know what will happen," Hendricks told FOXSports.com. "You can't worry about things you can't control, you know what I'm saying? I gotta beat Kampmann first. It feels great, bein...