UFC 145 results recap: Jon Jones vs Rashad Evans event wrap up from Atlanta

Apr 21, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Jon Jones reacts to beating Rashad Evans in the main event and light heavyweight title bout during UFC 145 at Philips Arena. Jon Jones won the bout by unanimous decision. Mandatory Credit: Paul Abell-US PRESSWIRE

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned to pay-per-view this past Saturday night (April 21, 2012) with UFC 145: "Jones vs. Evans," featuring the continued dominance of Jon Jones as he skillfully maneuvered his way past his former teammate Rashad Evans.

Book closed.

Rory MacDonald impressed once again, giving fight fans a taste of what the future at welterweight looks like when he mauled Che Mills en route to a second round technical knockout stoppage victory.

And what's there to say about Ben Rothwell and his knockout of Brendan Schaub? Or Michael McDonald and his destruction of Miguel Torres?

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 borne from Saturday night's event in Atlanta.

In we go.

UFC 145: "Jones vs. Evans"

UFC 145 results and live fight coverage

UFC 145 recap and morning after discussion

Post-fight press conference video

Bonuses and awards

Event photos gallery

Jon Jones vs. Rashad Evans fight metric report

Jon Jones vs. Rashad Evans fight video highlights

Rory MacDonald vs. Che Mills fight video highlights

Ben Rothwell vs. Brendan Schaub fight video highlights

"Prelims" results and recap

Fight recap: Mark Bocek outworks John Alessio for decision win

Fight recap: Eddie Yagin takes split decision over Mark Hominick

Fight recap: Michael McDonald crushes Miguel Torres

Fight recap: Ben Rothwell knocks Brendan Schaub out

Fight recap: Rory MacDonald stops Che Mills in the second round

Fight recap: Jon Jones defeats Rashad Evans to retain light heavyweight title

Fight review and analysis: Mark Bocek vs. John Alessio

Fight review and analysis: Mark Hominick vs. Eddie Yagin

Fight review and analysis: Michael McDonald vs. Miguel Torres

Fight review and analysis: Ben Rothwell vs. Brendan Schaub

Fight review and analysis: Rory MacDonald vs. Che Mills

Fight review and analysis: Jon Jones vs. Rashad Evans

UFC 145 post-fight fallout

Big winners and lowly losers

Event report card

MMA Mania Matchmaker

What's next for Jon Jones? (Hint: His name starts with a "D" and ends with "an."

UFC 145 results paved the way to give the UFC 146 main card a face lift

Did UFC 145 show that the light heavyweight division has become stagnant?

Rashad Evans still doesn't like Jon Jones, thinks he'll fight him again

Confirmed: Jon Jones vs. Dan Henderson is next

Jon Jones vs. Dan Henderson is the intersection of the UFC's Route 205

Jon Jones has Dan Henderson in his sights after dominating Rashad Evans

Rashad Evans isn't moving to middleweight just yet but he's keeping his options open

Rashad Evans failed against Jon Jones with a wacky game plan

Meditations on Relative Importance Disparity

Travis Browne gets back on the heavyweight track with submission of Chad Griggs

Matt Brown proved that heart and experience still count for quite a bit after defeating upstart Stephen Thompson

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 145?

Sound off, Maniacs.

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