UFC on Fox 5 Superlatives: The Best and Worst from the Entire Fight Card

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UFC on Fox 5 Superlatives: The Best and Worst from the Entire Fight Card
Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Nate Diaz fought through blurred vision at UFC on Fox 5, but he wasn't able to come up with an answer for the leg kicks and wrestling of Benson Henderson. The lightweight champion was the better fighter on Saturday night and now finds himself one win short of tying the record for most consecutive title defenses in the 155-pound division.

As dominant as he was in the main event, Henderson was not the only fighter to stand out on a fight card that did not disappoint in the least. Media and fans alike had been begging the UFC to stack one of their cards on network television with meaningful and entertaining matchups. The promotion delivered on those demands with UFC on Fox 5.

No matter the ratings, this event should be considered a success, as the UFC and its fighters couldn't have delivered much more than they did on Saturday. With that, let's take a look at which fighters delivered the most at Seattle's KeyArena.

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