UFC 154 won't go down as the greatest show in the history of mixed martial arts. In fact, prior to Johny Hendricks turning the lights on out Martin Kampmann in the co-main event Saturday night, it's safe that say that the rest of the card didn't quite live up to the billing.
By that, I mean it was largely boring and uninspiring.
But I didn't come all the way to Montreal to tell you about the rest of the card. No, the two fights most of you were interested in—and with good reason, it turns out—were the top two welterweight fights, and they delivered in spades for entirely different reasons.
So with the card out of the way, I'd like to take a few moments to wrap up a few loose ends from my time here in one of the oldest cities in North America. Be forewarned: most of these entries have at least a little bit to do with MMA, but I'm also going to give you some food tips and make a few other observations about things that aren't specifically related to the UFC.
Now that you've been properly warned, let's get started.