"(The fans) had nothing to complain about (for the first two FOX shows) but if they had to complain, it would be tough to complain about tonight. I'm pumped with the way that the fights went. What's funny is even when we started the night, we were 35 minutes over the format and Diaz comes in and stops Miller. It couldn't have gone any more perfect. Tonight was the perfect night."
Was UFC on FOX 3: "Diaz vs. Miller" a perfect show? Promotion President Dana White thinks so, as he tells FUEL TV the event that went down this past Saturday night (May 5, 2012) at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey, couldn't have gone any better. Three of the four fights broadcasted on network television resulted in exciting finishes, two by technical knockout and one by submission. Even the one decision, Johny Hendricks split win over Josh Koscheck, was a three-round slugfest. The fans who tuned in likely have little to complain about today. The problem, of course, is there simply weren't that many fans who bothered to actually watch the show, as evidenced by the abysmal early ratings. Other than that, UFC and FOX are all smiles today. For complete results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here and here.