The UFC continued on the path to being a true worldwide sport, journeying for the first time to China. Although Macau is a long way from mainland China culturally, it's a great start in bringing MMA to more than a billion potential fans in Asia.
Broadcast live on Facebook and Fuel TV, the fight card started bright and early at around 7:30 AM on the east coast.
Was it worth setting the alarm clock for?
When is it ever not worth the time to watch a bunch of savages slug it out in the cage?
Although this wasn't the most exciting card and none of the fights carried championship implications, there were enough sublime moments to make it worth a hardcore fan's time. There were nine fights on the card, leading to nine winners and nine losers. But, sometimes, the actual result doesn't tell the whole story.
Sometimes a fighter can lose a bout and still win, whether it's respect from the fans or a post-fight bonus from the UFC brass. Other times, a winner in the cage can cost himself dearly with a bad or boring performance.
So, who were the real winners and losers at UFC on Fuel 6? Let's have a look.