I will definitely be watching, and I love to see some of the semi old-school guys like Tito, Forrest, and Rich, but I'm not totally blown away by this card either. Cung-Le can be fun to watch, but it's hard to know what to make of it because every time he fights you never know if or when he's gonna fight again because of his movie career. Bisping vs Boetsch has potential to be a good one, but it seems like a bad situation for Bisping because he has everything to lose and seemingly very little to gain if he wins. As for Barao vs Hougland, that looks like the same for Barao as it does for Bisping in terms of risk/reward factor, except it's much more likely that Barao crushes Hougland than it is that Bisping beats Boetsch.
Of course there is Cruz/Faber 3, and that fight seems like it should make the whole card worthwhile even if the other fights fail to deliver in terms of entertainment. All in all, it should turn out to be a great night of fights, I'm just not sure it's the "card of the year" at this point like some people on other forums have suggested. Ya never know though, the cards that look great on paper usually fall short and the ones that look like crap are typically the best ones.