Gray Maynard had his hand raised at the end of his fight with Clay Guida, but Maynard didn't seem too thrilled with how the fight played out.
Maynard spent the better part of five rounds attempting to close the distance and land his power punches. For five rounds, Maynard chased Guida around like James Woods finding a piece of candy.
Regardless of how you'd like to describe the main event of the UFC on FX 4 event, the bottom line is that Maynard was declared the winner. The win is Maynard's first since his battle against Kenny Florian, as Maynard was unsuccessful in two attempts to defeat Frankie Edgar.
Maynard finds himself in a precarious situation, as the lightweight division is stacked from top to bottom. An unimpressive performance like the one displayed against Guida is almost as bad as a loss.
Where Maynard goes from here is up for debate. White may keep him competing against top-level guys, or perhaps he faces another fighter attempting to make a name off of Maynard. Usually, a guy in the top five has a pretty clear path to the title, but with Maynard, there are multiple avenues for the UFC to take.