10 Things We Learned from UFC 156

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10 Things We Learned from UFC 156
Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports
Aldo and Edgar put on a clinic to save a disappointing PPV.

It was supposed to be one of the more predictable cards to predict. Instead it was a card where super fights were shattered and Dana White was likely slamming his head on a table. It was a very odd night with two major upsets and most of the fighters returning from long layoffs showing severe ring rust. 

The show was very odd with how stars like Alistair Overeem and Rashad Evans showed little explosiveness and no sense of urgency. These are two fighters that are among the best in the world and they fought like it was a sparring session in their local gym.

The main event delivered and it brought some excitement through each round. After a night of fights having no real danger of finishing to an upset that came out of nowhere, it was a pretty lackluster pay-per-view for the most part. Here is the breakdown of the main card.

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