At UFC 136, UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar finally got the monkey named "Gray Maynard" off of his back.
Maynard was the only fighter that Edgar had not been able to defeat in his professional fighting career. But that all changed in the fourth round of their title fight when Edgar scored a TKO victory.
Also, featherweight champion Jose Aldo made the second successful defense of his title when he outpointed perennial contender Kenny Florian over the course of five rounds.
In other action, Chael Sonnen earned another chance at middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva when he scored a second round submission victory over Brian Stann, Joe Lauzon was able to submit potential lightweight contender Melvin Guillard in a mere 47 seconds and Nam Phan outpointed Leonard Garcia after a 15 minute war.
So despite whether each fighter won or loss, how did they perform?
It is once again time to hand out grades to the fighters on the main card portion of UFC 136.