UFC on Fox 11: Post-Fight Stock Report

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UFC on Fox 11: Post-Fight Stock Report
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This far into the year, few would argue the claim that UFC on Fox 11 may have very well been the most enjoyable fight card of 2014.

On paper, top-tier names like Fabricio Werdum, Miesha Tate and Donald Cerrone are enough to drive interest in a pay-per-view—let alone a free televised fight card, accessible to the masses.

On Saturday night, all of the essential fighters delivered in spades—the finishes were brutal, while the decisions were edge-of-your-seat exciting.

Sure, the show ran past its scheduled run time, but in all honesty, you'd have to be crazy to complain.

In the wake of Saturday night's fight card, MMA fans are left with a new No. 1 contender in Fabricio Werdum—when he takes on Cain Velasquez in Mexico, you can safely expect fireworks in heavyweight form.

Let's take a look at where stock went up with victory, as opposed to those who dropped as a result of defeat at UFC on Fox 11.

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