UFC 168 featured a number of quick stoppages and a quirky end to the main event.
Dustin Poirier, Jim Miller and Travis Browne all picked up first-round victories in their bouts. Poirier and Browne ended their fights by thunderous knockouts, while Miller pulled off a slick armbar submission for the win.
In the co-main event, Miesha Tate pushed Ronda Rousey to her limits but was unsuccessful in avoiding Rousey's armbar. The two earned Fight of the Night awards, but people have been talking more about Rousey's post-fight antics than they have about anything that happened during the bout.
In the main event, Anderson Silva suffered a gruesome leg injury that forced the fight to come to an end in the second round. Chris Weidman won the first round, but Silva stayed true to his word that his bout at UFC 168 would be different, as he didn't look to taunt once.
At an event with so many early stoppages, it was hard for a fighter to stand out above the rest. Still, there's no denying that the following four fighters left a lasting impression in fans' minds after UFC 168.