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UFC 204 results, recap, and link wrap up: Bisping is the king of England, Mousasi wants to jab his face

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Per Haljestam-USA TODAY Sports

God save the queen king.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion Michael Bisping is still the king of England, thanks to a hard-fought unanimous decision win over Dan Henderson at the UFC 204 pay-per-view (PPV) event last Saturday night (Oct. 8, 2016) inside Manchester Arena in Manchester, England.

A decision fraught with controversy.

In the UFC 204 co-main event, former UFC champion Vitor Belfort continued his middleweight free fall, getting smashed and trashed by resurgent striker Gegard Mousasi. Elsewhere on the card, Stefan Struve and Jimi Manuwa were able to prove they still have some gas left in their MMA tanks.

Missed the event? Too hungover to remember what happened?

No worries, as we've gone ahead and compiled links to all of the top stories coming out of "Bisping vs. Henderson 2," including breaking news, highlights, reactions, results, recaps, and more, all conveniently laid out in the UFC 204 wrap-up post below.

Have at it!

UFC 204: The fights

Live results and play-by-play

Michael Bisping vs. Dan Henderson: HighlightsFight review

Gegard Mousasi vs. Vitor Belfort: HighlightsFight review

Jimi Manuwa vs. Ovince Saint Preux: HighlightsFight review

Stefan Struve vs. Daniel Omielanczuk: HighlightsFight review

Mirsad Bektic vs. Russell Doane: Highlights | Fight review

UFC 204: Post-fight housekeeping

Post-fight press conference video replay

Bonuses and awards

Full list of Reebok payouts

Scorecards for Bisping vs. Henderson

UFC 204 "Prelims" recap

Dan Henderson's retirement speech

Dana White reacts to main event

UFC 204: The morning after

Winners and losers

Next matches to make

What's next for Michael Bisping?

Dan Henderson retires in style

Gegard Mousasi calls out Michael Bisping

"Hendo" didn't get the win, but still got storybook ending

Other notable stories from this past weekend

WSOF 33 results, recaps, and highlights

ONE Championship results for "State of Warriors"

UFC earning potential potentially "exaggerated"

Bellator 168 lands familiar SPIKE TV main event

There's no crying fighting in baseball

That should just about cover it.

With UFC Manila shelved until further notice (details), UFC will take the rest of the month off, then come storming back on Nov. 5, 2016 for UFC Fight Night: "Dos Anjos vs. Ferguson," which takes place inside Arena Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico, live on FOX Sports 1 (more on that fight card here).

For even more upcoming UFC events click here.