Ryan Bader is not ready to relinquish his Top 10 position in the light heavyweight rankings.
At UFC Fight Night 47, Bader relied on his wrestling to shut down Ovince Saint Preux and claim a decision victory. Since being knocked out by Glover Teixeira in September 2013, Bader has now won three in a row, all on pretty clear-cut scorecards.
The result in Saturday's main event slowed down the Saint Preux hype train considerably. While the Strikeforce veteran was undefeated in four UFC bouts prior to UFC Fight Night 47, a loss to Bader shows he still has a long way to go before he reaches the top.
With another UFC event in the books, here is a look at who should be next for Bader, Saint Preux and the rest of the weekend's competitors.