UFC 146 results recap: Junior dos Santos vs Frank Mir event wrap up from Las Vegas

May 26, 2012; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Junior Dos Santos (right) follows through on a punch to Frank Mir (left) during UFC 146 at the MGM Grand Garden event center. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned to pay-per-view this past Saturday night (May 26, 2012) with UFC 146: "Dos Santos vs. Mir," featuring the very first successful title defense of Heavyweight Champion Junior dos Santos, who planted Frank Mir en route to a technical knockout victory.

Could we be looking at another dominant reign from a Brazilian striker?

Cain Velasquez might have something to say about that, especially considering he earned himself a rematch against "Cigano" by utterly dismantling Antonio Silva in the co-main event of the evening. Strikeforce? More like Strikefarce, amirite?

And what's there to say about Roy Nelson and his knockout of Dave Herman? Or Stefan Struve and his submission of Lavar Johnson?

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 Las Vegas.

In we go.

UFC 146: "Dos Santos vs. Mir"

Results and live fight coverage

Recap and morning after discussion

Post-fight press conference video

Bonuses and awards

Event photos gallery

Junior dos Santos vs. Frank Mir fight video highlights

Cain Velasquez vs. Antonio Silva fight video highlights

UFC 146 all heavyweights main card fight video highlights

"Prelims" results and recap

Fight recap: Stefan Struve submits Lavar Johnson

Fight recap: Stipe Miocic stops Shane Del Rosario

Fight recap: Roy Nelson knocks out Dave Herman

Fight recap: Cain Velasquez decimates Antonio Silva

Fight recap: Junior dos Santos beats up Frank Mir to retain title

Fight review and analysis: Stefan Struve vs. Lavar Johnson

Fight review and analysis: Stipe Miocic vs. Shane Del Rosario

Fight review and analysis: Roy Nelson vs. Dave Herman

Fight review and analysis: Cain Velasquez vs. Antonio Silva

Fight review and analysis: Junior dos Santos vs. Frank Mir

UFC 146 post-fight fallout

Big winners and lowly losers

Event report card

Mania matchmaker

The disparity between heavyweights was on full display at UFC 146

What's next for Junior dos Santos?

Junior dos Santos vs. Cain Velasquez is what's next

Junior dos Santos and Cain Velasquez knockouts make a rematch inevitable

Junior dos Santos' heavyweight dominance may hasten the arrival of Daniel Cormier

Roy Nelson gets back on the winning track with impressive knockout of Dave Herman

Stefan Struve hopes to win 50 or 60 UFC fights before retiring

"Mayhem" Miller released by UFC after knockout loss to CB Dollaway and backstage incident

Jason Miller's Zuffa release ends brief reunion with UFC

Stipe Miocic and Darren Elkins show conditioning is your best friend

Jamie Varner shows old dogs can still bite with knockout of Edson Barboza

Pic: Duane Ludwig's cut after Dan Hardy knockout (WARNING: GRAPHIC)

Dan Hardy comes through for Lorenzo Fertitta with knockout win over Duane Ludwig

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 146?

Sound off, Maniacs.

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