UFC 154 Fight Card: Power Ranking the PPV Card Fights

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UFC 154 Fight Card: Power Ranking the PPV Card Fights
Eric Bolte-US PRESSWIRE
Hendricks' shocking knockout was easily the greatest moment of the night.

UFC 154 was one of the biggest events of 2012 but you wouldn't have known it, looking at the first three fights.

Dana White probably would have been pulling his hair out if he had any going into the co-main event. Then came the co-main event, giving fans something to enjoy, given the potential for a standard lay-and-pray performance out of GSP.

Then Georges St-Pierre gave the Montreal crowd something to be happy about, with an old-school GSP performance. Not the GSP we saw do little more than position himself to outwork Jake Shields and Dan Hardy. The GSP that armbarred Matt Hughes and knocked out Matt Serra.

This was a tale of two cards, with the top four welterweights delivering when the UFC needed them to. So what is the official Bleacher/Report Power Ranking for tonight's main card? Find out here!

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