The UFC's latest trip to Canada is in the books, and the Winnipeg crowd bore witness to a less-than-stellar card, which suffered heavily from a ruthless injury bug, on June 15.
Instead of a main event between bantamweight champion Renan Barao and top contender Eddie Wineland, a light heavyweight bout between Rashad Evans and Dan Henderson served as a three-round headliner. And a co-main event between Antonio Rogerio Nogueira and Mauricio "Shogun" Rua was downgraded to a heavyweight matchup between Roy Nelson and Stipe Miocic.
Although the replacement fights still garnered moderate interest, the card as a whole failed to deliver, especially in comparison to the last event, UFC on Fuel 10, which featured 10 stoppages out of 12 fights and did not come with a price tag.
Regardless of how entertaining (or not entertaining) the card was, there were some key statistics coming out of Winnipeg.
The stats included focus on individual performances, such as most significant strikes and takedowns, while also focusing on the event and its place in comparison to past cards in 2013.
All stats courtesy of Fightmetric.com