Finishing a mainstay like Stefan Struve in such emphatic fashion would give any UFC heavyweight a tremendous shot in the arm, especially a prospering contender like New Zealander Mark Hunt.
With his highlight-reel knockout of Struve at UFC on Fuel TV 8, Hunt not only earned his way into the promotion's official top 10 heavyweight rankings (No.9) for the first time, he also stretched his winning streak to a division-best four straight victories.
Hunt, a man who lost his sixth straight fight in his promotional debut at UFC 119 in 2010, has pocketed a pair of "Knockout of the Night" bonuses in two of his last four fights, gaining a reputation as the division's most captivating fighter along the way.
Since every fighter's only as valuable as his or her last fight in the UFC, Hunt must have certainly punched his ticket for a main-event bout in his next outing by breaking Struve's jaw.
Here's a peek at five possible fights for "The Super Samoan" to take next.