Chris Lytle ended his MMA career in a way that most fighters do not—with a win.
On Saturday, Lytle announced that his bout against Dan Hardy would be his last. Proving to all that he wanted to put on one last great performance for the fans, Lytle stood and traded with Hardy for 14 minutes, before securing the victory with a guillotine choke.
In other action, Ben Henderson made his case for the No. 1 contender position in the lightweight division when he went "beastmode" on Jim Miller for three rounds.
As the betting underdog, Donald Cerrone, scored his first ever knockout victory when he made quick work of Charles Oliveria.
And in the opening bout on Versus, Duane Ludwig put on a Muay Thai clinic for three rounds against Amir Sadollah.
So despite the fact that they won or lost, how did each fighter perform? Read on to find out.