Frank Mir vs. Andrei Arlovksi was a fight ten years in the making. As it turned out, it probably shouldn't have happened at all.
The two legendary UFC Heavyweights had a boring three round affair, which saw Andrei Arlovski continue his unlikely comeback and rise through the division's rankings.
Arlosvki was disappointed in his performance, and even admitted he thought it was going to be an easy fight.
The fight marked the former UFC Champion's sixth straight win. His only loss in his last 12 fights is to fellow UFC fighter Anthony "Rumble" Johnson.
Speaking of Anthony "Rumble" Johnson, the light heavyweight scored a KO victory over 7th-ranked Jimi Manuwa in the opening moments of round 2. This puts him at 10-1 since being cut from the UFC in early 2012 for being unable to make weight.
Following the fight, Rumble walked past press row and said "Write some more about that sh-t," trying to intimidate media who had covered his issues out of the cage of late.
Elsewhere on the card, #7 Paige VanZant won a lopsided fight over Alex Chambers via armbar early in round 3. VanZant completely dominated the fight, and continues to improve with each bout. At only 21 years old, VanZant looks to be a major pillar of the UFC in the future, as her popularity has already exploded.
We'll be back to cover UFC 192 next month, which features a Daniel Cormier vs. Alexander Gustafsson Light Heavyweight Title main event.