UFC 145 Results: Where Does UFC 145 Rank Among 2012's Fight Cards?
UFC 145 is in the books and it left us with some memorable moments.
Jones was more technical, quicker, and flashier than Evans was, and outstruck him throughout their five-round fight.
While the main event got most of the attention leading up to last night's fights, there were plenty of other quality moments from the night.
Michael McDonald and Ben Rothwell had stunning knockout victories, Rory MacDonald showed his dominance once again and Travis Browne proved that he is continuing to climb the heavyweight ladder.
Although UFC 145 had many memorable moments, it falls behind a couple of other events that have happened this year.
Jones and Evans' pre-fight hype had great significance. But the fight itself did not have the back-and-forth action that Frankie Edgar and Benson Henderson gave us.
Along with Henderson and Edgar's fight, the rest of the UFC 144 card—and the event itself being held in Japan—gave the event much more excitement.
The same could be said about UFC 142.
Held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, UFC 142 may have been the most action-packed fight card of the year.
Six of the card's 10 fights ended by knockout or submission (seven if you include Eric Silva's DQ loss that ended in the first round).
The card featured well-known stars like Jose Aldo and Vitor Belfort and young up and comers like Silva and Edson Barboza.
While UFC 145 was a great event, the pre-fight hype perhaps was greater than the fights. The event itself could have been stronger, but fell short of delivering moments like UFC 142.
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