UFC Fight Night 32 went down Saturday night from Goiânia, Brazil. Topping the show was a display of continued age defiance from two of the sport's graying predators, Vitor Belfort and Dan Henderson. Both men want one last run of consequence inside the octagonal thunderdome.
At the moment, Belfort, 36, is playing the role of Ponce de Leon (or however they're euphemizing it these days), having taken four of his last five, with the lone smirch coming at the hands of one Jon Jones.
Meanwhile, fellow legend and TRT special-exemption-receiver Henderson, 43, resides stage left and bathed in twilight. He says all the right things about still wanting to compete and contend, but the fact is he's dropped his last two, and was plodding and tired in each effort.
Did the trends continue or reverse Saturday night when the two consummated a rematch seven years in the making (Hendo took the original)? And what of the rest of the card, which featured plenty of veterans and youngsters, Brazilians and Americans?
The final stat lines only reveal so much. Here are the real winners and losers from Goiânia.