UFC 133 is in the books, and the clouds that have been around the light heavyweight division for nearly 15 months seem to finally be clearing, as Rashad Evans became the undisputed No. 1 contender by pounding Tito Ortiz into submission.
Evans will face the winner of Jon Jones and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson probably in February or March. Despite being away from the octagon for 14 months, Evans looked crisp, sharp and on his game.
As good as Evans looked, he was not the only person to stand out tonight, but there were also a number of fighters that got knocked down a peg or two this evening.
Let's take a look at some of the winners and losers coming out of UFC 133.