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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned to the Versus cable television network last night (Aug. 14) for its fifth installment of the "Live" series with UFC on Versus 5: "Hardy vs. Lytle," featuring an action-packed main event throwdown between Dan Hardy and Chris Lytle.
"Lights Out" submitted "The Outlaw" in a thrilling war of attrition and retires from active competition on top.
But that's not all, of course, as a couple other stars also left their mark on the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
That includes former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) lightweight champion
Ben Henderson, who knocked Jim Miller from his 155-pound perch with a dominant performance in the night's co-main event.
Speaking of WEC imports,
Donald Cerrone continues to make a mockery of the lightweight division since his Octagon debut earlier this year, flattening Charles Oliveira with a fight-ending body blow.
And yes, the televised fight card got started with a "Bang" courtesy of
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 stemming from Sunday night's event in "Brew City."
Take a look:
UFC on Versus 5: "Hardy vs. Lytle"
Results and live play-by-play
Recap and post-fight discussion
Bonuses and awards
Fight recap: Chris Lytle wins, retires and goes out on top
Fight recap: Ben Henderson upsets Jim Miller in a three round beatdown
Fight recap: Donald Cerrone puts the 155-pound division on notice by stopping Charles Oliveira
Fight recap: Amir Sadollah tries to stand with Duane Ludwig and pays the price
UFC on Versus 5 post-fight fallout
Chris Lytle retires with his family by his side
Lorenzo Fertitta saves Dan Hardy from the chopping block
Donald Cerrone wants to fight at UFC 135
Broadcast team announces that Shawn Tompkins has passed away at 37
A retirement tribute to Chris Lytle
That my friends, should be enough to keep you talking -- at least for the time being. What gets your vote for the biggest story coming out of UFC on Versus 5?
Sound off, Maniacs.