Very expected finishes tonight.
GSP showed off his wrestling tonight against Hardy very well. There was just no escaping his grappling and sprawling his takedowns. But I give major props to Hardy for never giving up. Pierre got Hardy in an armbar and kamura... didn't tap once. A lot of heart from Hardy there. GSP really wanted a KO, though... despite all the submission attempts. That welterweight belt is never going to change hands unless someone lands a lucky KO on him or he retires.
Carwin destroyed Mir. Up against the cage, a couple uppercuts and Carwin had Mir on the ground... leading to some ground and pound and the TKO. I wasn't sure to think about Carwin cause I've never seen him fight, but man that guy packs power in his punches. Should be a great fight between him and Lesnar.
Pellegrino had a solid outing against Camoes. Solid display of BJJ, and a nice transition into the rear naked choke to end it.
Jim Miller was decent, but...
Nate Diaz looked real good in his middleweight debut. Although, he was originally a Welterweight, but his opponent was at middleweight so he had to gain some. Still looked the same, still looked light on his feet... his boxing tonight was great.
Almeida looked solid against Matt Brown.
Palhares had a good submission Drwal. Drwal went in for a push kick, missed, landed awkwardly, Palhares went in for a heel hook, and while Drwal was tapping out cause he was in so much pain... Palhares kept the submission in for about 5 more seconds. Feel bad for Drwal... looks like he'll need some major surgery on his leg.
Jared Hamman/Rodney Wallace was an entertaining fight.
Didn't catch Riddle/Soto.