UFC 113 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada proved to be an eventful night, concluding many pre-fight title implications after the shake up in the light-heavyweight and welterweight divisions.
Also, some fighters' journeys in the UFC came to an abrupt and bitter end, while newcomers tasted sweet pay-per-view victory for the first time in the octagon after sending one of MMA's most polarizing figures packing.
More importantly, the highlight of the night was easily Shogun Rua's first round knockout of defending light-heavyweight champion, Lyoto Machida, in a rematch for the history books.
After losing the first bout in such heartbreaking fashion, Shogun was able to prove to the world why he deserved not only the first title shot back in October, but an immediate rematch with the champion.
Rua is the latest and greatest In a notoriously pristine, yet unpredictable, division that hasn't seen a dominant ringleader instill an "era" since Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell.
With the 205-pound realm flipped on its head last Saturday night, will Shogun remain perched atop the pecking order or will he suffer the same fate as his follow brethren, Machida?
Let's get a better idea of this pecking order and where everybody stands in the ever changing 205-pound division with Bleacher Report's first official light-heavyweight rankings.