UFC 167 'Phantom Cam' video: Watch 'St-Pierre vs Hendricks' event highlights in super-slow motion

UFC 167 was a night to remember -- or forget, depending on your opinion of the main event outcome -- and now mixed martial arts (MMA) fans can enjoy all its "greatness" in jaw-dropping slow motion.

UFC 167: "St-Pierre vs. Hendricks" lit up the airwaves last Saturday night (Nov. 16 2013) from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. And the leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion's 20th Anniversary event wasn't without controversy and/or drama.

The pay-per-view (PPV) extravaganza featured a main event of Georges St-Pierre successfully defending -- just barely -- his Welterweight title with a split decision victory over Johny Hendricks.

The co-headlining attraction saw Rashad Evans absolutely maul friend and FOX Sports 1 colleague Chael Sonnen in the very first round, while Robbie Lawler continued his ascension to the top of the 170-pound division with an upset of Rory MacDonald.

Even if you watched it live -- and several times since -- you'll probably want to check out the FOX "Phantom Cam."

It replays key highlights from last weekend's MMA extravaganza in super-slow motion, giving fans a chance to see what really happens when some of those vicious blows find their marks.

And watching Edwin Figueroa's ears juggle uncontrollably after eating Erik Perez's right hooks is truly a sight to behold.

So sit back and enjoy!

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