Aside from the train wreck of an ending, UFC 168 was a pretty exciting event. Of the five main card fights, zero went to the judges’ scorecards, and most ended early, with only Rousey and Tate making it to the third round. There were some dominant performances on the undercard as well, with William “Patelino” Macario’s bloody domination of Bobby Voelker, and Michael Johnson’s second-round knockout of Gleison Tibau.
The momentum continued right along through the main card, and by the time the main event was about to go down, the excitement was at a fever pitch. Finally, the questions would be answered. Finally, we would know what to make of the first fight between Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva, and we’d truly know which one of these two is truly superior in mixed martial arts.
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