UFC 155 marks the end of Zuffa's cursed year. A year where everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. A year marred by so many injuries that most events were unrecognizable compared to the original booking.
It was headlined by a heavyweight showdown between Junior dos Santos and Cain Velasquez for the UFC heavyweight title. In a fight that many expected to end early, the two fought tooth and nail for the full five rounds.
It was Velasquez who walked away victorious after an absolutely dominant performance.
The card also featured a Fight of the Decade candidate in Joe Lauzon and Jim Miller. After the first three bouts on the card threatened to put the arena to sleep, these lightweights put on an absolute classic.
It seemed like it was going to be finished early in the first when Miller opened up a horrible cut over Lauzon's eye. However, by sheer grit and determination, the Massachusetts native was able to fight on and make the bout competitive.
With the night over, let's take a look and grade the performances of all the main-card fighters.