One thing that separates Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) events that take place on FOX from the rest on FX, FUEL TV and pay-per-view (PPV) is the use of FOX Sports' famous "Phantom Camera."
The super-slow motion camera was first used by FOX Sports in late 2012 during Major League Baseball's (MLB) World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Detroit Tigers.
Since then, the camera has become a staple at more and more FOX Sports events and was used for the very first time on a UFC event last December for UFC on FOX 5: "Henderson vs. Diaz" in Seattle, Washington.
While the "Phantom Camera" has caught some spectacular moments in the past, UFC on FOX 7: "Henderson vs. Melendez" on April 20, 2013, produced highlight after highlight and all of them were caught on film in super-slow motion.
From some wild exchanges in the Benson Henderson vs. Gilbert Melendez headliner to Myles Jury's one-punch knockout of Ramsey Nijem and Josh Thomson's thumping headkick on Nate Diaz, the "Phantom Camera" was there for it all.
Now it's just time to relive all those moments.
Check out highlights from the UFC on FOX 7 "Phantom Camera" in the video embedded above.
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