10 Things We Learned in UFC 155

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10 Things We Learned in UFC 155
Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports
Cain celebrates after a hard fought victory to regain the heavyweight championship.

UFC 155 is in the books and it was mixed at best. It got off to a lackluster start in the first 90 minutes, but the last two fights clearly got the crowd alive. Despite only one true finish, the last two fights really kept people standing and left people standing.

The odd part of this card is that I went 1-4 in my predictions. Usually I go either 3-2 or 4-1, but this time was a colossal bust. Jim Miller’s first-round assault and intelligent ground game saved me from looking even worse.

We have a new world heavyweight champion in Cain Velasquez, which may be a shock to some. I’m not too shocked about it because Velasquez has always been the real deal to me. The way it shocked me was how dominant he looked.

The heavyweight championship is a constant carousel, with a plethora of great fighters in the division, so Velasquez better be fully prepared for his title reign.

Here's 10 things we learned from UFC 155:

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