Saturday night at UFC 135 in Denver, CO, Jon Jones took the first step necessary in breaking the "light heavyweight curse" when he submitted former champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson in the fourth round of their title fight.
In other main card action, Josh Koscheck knocked out Matt Hughes with just seconds left in the first round of their welterweight bout, Nate Diaz became the second Diaz sibling to submit former Pride champion Takanori Gomi, and the four heavyweight fighters put on less than scintillating performances.
Now, if we were in a perfect world, no fighters would be scheduled to fight, and we could make any matches that make sense going forward.
You know what, that sounds like fun, so let's roll with it.
Here are 10 matches that need to be made after UFC 135.