UFC 154 Superlatives: The Best and Worst from the Entire Fight Card

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UFC 154 Superlatives: The Best and Worst from the Entire Fight Card
Eric Bolte-US PRESSWIRE

Georges St-Pierre made a successful return to the Octagon at UFC 154, beating Carlos Condit after more than 18 months away from competition due to a knee injury.

However, fellow welterweight Johny Hendricks stole some of the champion's spotlight with a first-round knockout of Martin Kampmann, possibly setting himself up for a championship bout against St-Pierre in 2013.

While Hendricks has separated himself as the top welterweight contender, it seems there's a good chance St-Pierre's next fight could come against middleweight champion Anderson Silva. If that is the case, Hendricks has said he's willing to wait for his shot at St-Pierre.

Without a doubt, St-Pierre and Hendricks were the big winners of UFC 154, but there were a number of other great performances in Montreal, Canada on Saturday. Let's take a look at the best and worst from the entire fight card.

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