Strikeforce presented a fight card on Jan. 29 that was headlined by a welterweight title bout between champion Nick Diaz and challenger Evangelista "Cyborg" Santos.
The co-main event on the card featured Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza defending his Strikeforce middleweight belt against "Ruthless" Robbie Lawler.
The card featured two other fights on the main card, Roger Gracie vs. Trevor Prangley and Herschel Walker vs. Scott Carson.
The card also featured a number of preliminary fights that were streamed for free on Sherdog. The main card was available on Showtime.
What follows are the top 10 moments from Saturday's fight card.
Germaine De Randamie faced off against Stephanie Webber on the undercard on Saturday night. De Randamie is new to MMA, moving her record to 2-1 with her win over Webber on Saturday night, but she has a Muay Thai record of 48-0 and she used those skills to gain the victory on Saturday.
She was particularly effective in using her knee strikes to put Webber away. De Randamie stunned Webber with a knee to the head and then gained the TKO when another big knee dropped Webber to the ground.
With her kickboxing skills, De Randamie could be a force in the women's division if she works on her ground game.
Isaiah Hill literally came out flying in this preliminary bout, landing two big flying knees on Bobby Stack.
Once the fight hit the ground, Stack took top position, but Hill quickly positioned himself with a triangle choke that forced a quick tap from Stack.
The win was Hill's first victory since April 2007.
These two wrestlers spent most of the first round on the ground, with Coy taking the round on control as well as strikes.
When the second round opened, it appeared that Moore had done enough wrestling for the night as he dropped Coy with a big right and followed that up with another right.
That was enough to end the fight just 25 seconds into Round 2.
Roger Gracie may be the best submission grappler in the world, as evidenced by his 10 wins in the Mundials (the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world championships).
Everyone watching this fight was aware that Gracie would try and get the fight to the ground.
Prangley surely knew this as well, but he was unable to stop Gracie and was forced to tap to the body triangle, rear-naked choke combo that Gracie clamped on.
Walker took two kicks from Scott Carson that told him that Carson was not in the cage just to lay down and give Walker the win.
Walker's hands were too much for Carson, though, and he was dropped to the ground. Walker showed patience when Carson turtled on him, and did not waste energy with useless ineffective strikes.
Instead Walker worked some knees and punches under the armpit of Carson, looking to soften him up.
Carson briefly stood, but he was felled by another Walker punch, causing the referee to step in and end this one at 3:13 of round one.
Lawler failed to keep this fight standing for any significant amount of time and that was his downfall in this bout.
The one time he did land some strikes he dropped Souza to the ground only to follow him there and immediately land in Souza's guard, allowing the champion to recover.
Lawler did show some nice defense when he was able to escape from two Souza armbar attempts in the second round. His second escape was especially impressive as he scrambled out of the armbar attempt.
The key to the Lawler vs. Souza bout was going to be who could get the fight into their area of comfort.
The winner of that battle was clearly Ronaldo Souza who, according to Compustrike, kept the fight on the ground for 8:26, succeeding on four of his six takedown attempts. The fighters spent a total of 3:34 on their feet.
Souza's ability to keep the fight on the ground enabled him to secure the rear naked choke that forced Lawler to tap at the 2:00 mark of Round 3.
Santos came out throwing heavy inside leg kicks that seemed to land on almost every attempt.
Had this fight progressed into the championship rounds, those kicks surely would have had some effect on Diaz's ability to stand and trade with Santos.
The bad news was that the fight did not go into the championship rounds.
Santos did land 34 of 46 attempted leg strikes on Diaz in the first round, with 25 of those kicks being considered power strikes by Compustrike.
Diaz's game plan seemed to be this: eat the punches and kicks of Santos, let him gas himself out and then move in to land punches in bunches.
In the first round he did just that, landing 66 of 129 punches with more than half of those punches being non-power strikes, according to Compustrike.
As has become his style, Diaz doesn't tend to land a great deal of heavy punches, but he does tend to land a large number of punches, damaging his opponents with volume over power.
These days Diaz is known mainly as a striker, but he does hold a black belt in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and "Cyborg" Santos was reminded of that fact on Saturday night.
As the second round ticked down, Santos tripped Diaz for the takedown.
Diaz wasted little time in working into position for an armbar and once it was slapped on, Santos tapped out very quickly, ending the fight with 10 seconds remaining in Round 2.