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UFC 218 results, recap, and link wrap up: Holloway punishes Junior, Ngannou deadens Reem

Domination.

That’s what mixed martial arts (MMA) fans witnessed in the UFC 218 main and co-main events last Saturday night (Dec. 2, 2017), as both Max Holloway and Francis Ngannou destroyed their respective opponents inside Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.

And that was just the tip of the pay-per-view iceberg.

Elsewhere on the card, Eddie Alvarez and Justin Gaethje lived up to the hype with an insane war that left both men hospitalized, while Henry Cejudo blanketed Sergio Pettis to stay afloat in the 125-pound title chase. And let’s not forget about the curtain-jerking “Tornado.”

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 "Holloway vs. Aldo 2," including breaking news, highlights, reactions, results, recaps, and more, all conveniently laid out in the UFC 218 wrap-up post below.

Have at it!

UFC 218: The fights

Live results and play-by-play

Max Holloway vs. Jose Aldo: Video Highlights | Fight Recap

Francis Ngannou vs. Alistair Overeem: Video Highlights | Fight Recap

Henry Cejudo vs. Sergio Pettis: Video Highlights | Fight Recap

Eddie Alvarez vs. Justin Gaethje: Video Highlights | Fight Recap

Tecia Torres vs. Michelle Waterson: Video Highlights | Fight Recap

UFC 218: Post-fight housekeeping

Post-fight press conference video replay

Bonuses and awards

Full list of Reebok payouts

UFC 218 "Prelims" recap

Dana White recaps UFC 218 (video)

UFC 218: The morning after

Winners and losers

Next matches to make

What's next for Max Holloway?

Alistair Overeem issues health update

Francis Ngannou puts Stipe Miocic on blast

Is it time for Jose Aldo to retire?

Other notable stories from this past weekend

Conor McGregor comments on UFC 218

Georges St-Pierre has health problems

Combate Americas took over San Antonio

UFC crowned a new flyweight champion

That should just about cover it.

UFC will come storming back this Saturday night (Dec. 9, 2017) with another network-televised fight card in the form of UFC Fight Night 123: "Swanson vs. Ortega," which takes place inside Save Mart Center in Fresno, California, live on FOX Sports 1 (more on that card here).

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