UFC 100 Monday Morning Aftermath

Paul MillerContributor IJuly 13, 2009

LONDON - JULY 13:  Frank Mir of the USA gets treament after he fights with Ian Freeman of Great Britain and loses during the Ultimate Fighting Championship, 'Brawl in the Royal Albert Hall', in the Royal Albert Hall London, England on July 13, 2002. (Photo by Mike Hewitt / Getty Images)

Good Morning everyone. By the time you have read this be known that I have been up by 5:30and have thought about what to write all day so here we go .

If you want to see how absolutey stunned I was when I called every fight completely wrong you can refer back to my predictions in my last blog.

Henderson def was the most impressive victory of the night with the brutal knockout of Bisping. He followed up by dropping a hammer fist that could be heard around the world of MMA.

Henderson deserves knockout of the night more than Dan Marino deserves a Super Bowl ring.

I was right about one thing this fight would go five rounds and niether fighter looked like a winner. Between Alves face looking like a bloody, human verison of school mashed potatos and GSP smiling all the way to the victory. this could have been one of the most boring/interesting fights of the night knowing that either fighter had the power to knock the other out with a single blow.

Lesnar v Mir was eveything that the newblood fans of the UFC wanted. Old schoolfans were left scratching their heads after the complete and utter domination Lesnar laid down. Mirs only shining moment was early in the second round when he started using his stand up. No one told Mir you cant throw two knees at the same time. Subsequently landing him againt the fence where Lesnar would wear Mirs face out forcing the ref to stop the fight. The after fight shanaigans of Lesnar were another reason many fans have mot completely embraced th now 5-1 Lesnar as a true UFC Champion