The UFC made its way to China for the first time ever on Saturday, bringing with it a solid night of fights dubbed UFC on Fuel TV 6. Though the event started slow, with no finishes in the bouts leading up to the main event and co-main events, it finished strong with a Thiago Silva submission and jaw-dropping Cung Le knockout of Rich Franklin.
Breaking into a new market won't be easy. However, if the UFC can cause an MMA explosion in China, the sport may be well on its way to becoming one of the most popular on a worldwide level.
This first event in China gave competitors a chance to broaden their fan bases. Let's take a look at which fighters took advantage of that opportunity and which squandered it in the latest installment of our Best and Worst series.