Monday Morning Scrap: UFC 124 'St. Pierre vs Koscheck 2' weekend in review


Fans of mixed martial arts were once again treated to an action-packed weekend chock full of fights thanks to The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) putting forth a bevy of top stars in the heat of battle for its final event of the 2010 fight campaign.

UFC 124: "St. Pierre vs. Koscheck II" went down last Saturday night (Dec. 11) from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and featured a main event between Georges "Rush" St. Pierre and Josh Koscheck for the 170-pound title.

Heavyweight stalwart Stefan Struve answered the call of Sean McCorkle in the night's co-main event.

Also making his return to the Octagon was up-and-coming lightweight prospect Charles Oliveira, who saw his undefeated streak halted at 14 thanks to a fearless performance from the venerable Jim Miller.

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 Saturday's blockbuster pay-per-view.

Let’s get to it.

UFC 124: "St. Pierre vs. Koscheck 2"

Dana White video blog Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3

Live results and play-by-play

Recap and final thoughts

Fighter bonuses and awards

Fight recap: Georges St. Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck

Fight recap: Stefan Struve vs. Sean McCorkle

Fight recap: Mac Danzig vs. Joe Stevenson

Fight recap: Jim Miller vs. Charles Oliveira

Fight recap: Thiago Alves vs. John Howard

Post fight press conference video highlights

Josh Koscheck's broken orbital bone (Pic)

That my friends, should be enough to keep you talking -- at least for the time being.

Remember that WEC 53: "Henderson vs. Pettis" is just around the corner - along with UFC 125: "Resolution" on Jan. 1. What card are you most looking forward to in the first quarter of 2011?

Sound off, Maniacs.

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