UFC on Fox 4 featured a pair of light heavyweight contests between Mauricio Rua and Brandon Vera, and Lyoto Machida and Ryan Bader.
From an entertainment standpoint the night was a glowing success, showcasing no shortage of solid action and even producing a title contender.
Now that it is in the books, let's take a look at how the card stacks up against its network television predecessors.
To establish an order of best to worst, the undercard, main card and main event of each Fox installment will be ranked. A first-place rank will earn the event one point, second gets two points, third get one point and fourth gets zero.
Because UFC on Fox 1 had no main card (it was just a main event), I've taken the liberty of classifying the Ricardo Lamas vs. Cub Swanson, Dustin Poirier vs. Pablo Garza and Benson Henderson vs. Clay Guida fights as the event's main card. The rest of the preliminary action will make up the undercard for the purpose of this ranking.
The rankings will be based on the entertainment value of each event, as well as the importance of the fights that comprised it.
Let's begin, shall we?