Monday morning scrap: UFC 103, FN 19 and TUF 10 week in review

Fans of mixed martial arts were once again treated to an action-packed week chock full of fights thanks to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and its triple header over the past few days.

UFC 103: "Franklin vs. Belfort" went down from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, marking the return of Vitor Belfort to the ranks of UFC contenders as he knocked out former 185-pound champ Rich Franklin.

Earlier in the week, the UFC gave us back-to-back programming on Spike TV featuring Fight Night 19 and The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 10.

As expected, millions tuned in to see Kimbo Slice make his much-anticipated TUF debut -- but not before up-and-coming stars Nate Diaz, Gray Maynard and Carlos Condit put on a show at Fight Night 19.

In cased you missed any or all of it — or just want to keep the discussion alive — below are links to all the major storylines coming out of each event.

Let’s get to it.

UFC 103: "Franklin vs. Belfort"

Vitor Belfort Video Blog

Live results and play-by-play

Main card recap and post-fight thoughts

UFC 103 contest winners

Bonuses and awards

Post-fight press conference

UFC 103 archive

UFC Fight Night 19

Live results and play-by-play

Recap and post-fight thoughts

Bonuses and awards

MMA Live video recap

Phillipe Nover medical update

FN 19 archive

The Ultimate Fighter 10

Episode 1 ratings

Episode 1 recap and discussion

Kimbo Slice on MMA Live

TUF 10 archive

Feel free to also link to any event-related material in the comments section below … it’s wide open:

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