UFC 164 'Phantom Cam' video: Watch 'Henderson vs. Pettis' event highlights in super-slow motion

"Shot at a staggering 20,000 frames-per-second, every contortion, every impact, and every bead of sweat join together in a mesmerizing ballet of ultraviolence," according to the FOX production team. "Technology and the UFC: It's a marriage made in heaven."

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) got back to the pay-per-view (PPV) business last Saturday night (Aug. 31, 2013) with UFC 164: "Henderson vs. Pettis 2," which tore the roof off the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a lightweight championship main event in which Anthony Pettis pulled off a surprise first-round submission win over ex-champion Ben Henderson.

See the video replay right here.

The co-main event featured Josh Barnett making his successful return to the Octagon by pounding out Frank Mir (replay) while Chad Mendes put a beating on Clay Guida (video). Joining "The Carpenter" on the list of "Brew Town" beatdowns was Brandon Vera, who came up lame in the third round of his main card throwdown opposite Ben Rothwell (replay).

Now, you can relive all the action from UFC 164 (live results here) as seen through the FOX "Phantom Cam," which gives mixed martial arts (MMA) fans a look at the entire "Henderson vs. Pettis 2" fight card in super-slow motion.

Enjoy!


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