The Ultimate Fighter: Nations had its finale on Wednesday night from Quebec City, and it was a decent night of exciting action.
Two new The Ultimate Fighter champions were crowned, Elias Theodorou and Chad Laprise, and coaches Patrick Cote and Kyle Noke battled in a season-ending duel in the co-main event.
Tim Kennedy bested Michael Bisping in a top-10 middleweight meeting in the main event to cap off the evening.
In total, the UFC gave us 13 fights on Wednesday. Not all were stellar, but most had some redeeming qualities.
The incredibly lengthy event kicked off a two-card fight week for the UFC and gave fans some midweek enjoyment. The card gave fans and pundits plenty to think about moving forward. Here are five takeaways from the finale.