Despite an usually weak card, UFC 133: Evans vs. Ortiz II left the mixed martial arts world with plenty to talk about in the days following the event—whether it was Dennis Hallman's shorts or, more importantly, the emergence of several young prospects.
The preliminary fights featured several back-and-forth wars including Mike Brown picking up his first win in the UFC over Nam Phan, Johny Hendricks edging out Mike Pierce, and Ivan Menjivar controversially taking the decision over Nick Pace.
While the Spike TV prelims featured a lackluster fight between Chad Mendes and Rani Yahya, in which Mendes was able to avoid the grappling ability of Yahya and cruise to another decision, it was made up by an extremely impressive performance and another finish by Alexander Gustafsson.
Gustafsson was able to do something that not even Quinton Jackson could do—finish Matt Hamill.
The undercard was filled with decisions, but the main card had some extremely exciting bouts including four finishes. Let's see where those fights leave the men who participated in them.