Wednesday night may not necessarily be ideal for cage fighting, but if Fight Night 27 was any indicator moving forward, it's not a reason to be doubtful either.
This was a fight card that delivered—easily on pace with the kind of excitement we've grown to expect from a full-blown pay-per-view.
Decision fights were either technical and composed or wild and exciting; the submissions were arguably as fast as the knockouts.
And as expected, the main event bout between Carlos Condit and Martin Kampmann didn't fail to deliver.
Let's take a look at the cost-effect analysis of these exchanges. Whose worth went up or down as a result of Wednesday night's performances in Indianapolis?