UFC 160 Superlatives: Best and Worst from the Entire Fight Card

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UFC 160 Superlatives: Best and Worst from the Entire Fight Card
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At UFC 160, Cain Velasquez breezed through Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva for the second time in 12 months. In doing so, Velasquez successfully defended the UFC heavyweight title for the first time.

Already, though, Velasquez is one more victory away from tying the UFC heavyweight record for most consecutive title defenses. That second straight title defense could come in a rubber match with Junior dos Santos, who established himself as the top heavyweight contender with a victory over Mark Hunt on Saturday.

Dos Santos knocked Velasquez out to claim the heavyweight championship at UFC on Fox 1, while Velasquez exacted revenge to regain the belt at UFC 155. Now, the elite heavyweights are likely to meet again, and they could fight against one another many more times.

While the heavyweights stole the UFC 160 headlines, there were plenty of other great performances in Las Vegas. Let's take a look at the best and worst from the entire fight card.

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