UFC 206 emanated from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada tonight (Saturday, December 10, 2016). It was an event for the ages.

In the main event, Max Holloway defeated Anthony Pettis via TKO to become the interim featherweight champion, lining up a matchup with Jose Aldo. The two strikers sniped and peppered one another throughout the abbreviated five-round affair. In the end, though, Holloway’s relentless pressure, greater volume, and perhaps Pettis’ compromised gas tank led to a victory for the Hawaiian.

The co-main event featured welterweight action fighters Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone and Matt ‘The Immortal’ Brown duking it out for just over two rounds. Both men were dropped inside the first ten mintues in a back-and-forth battle. ‘Cowboy’ brought the proceedings to a close about a minute into the third round when he landed a head kick flush to Brown’s jaw, dropping him where he stood. No follow-up punches were necessary. The win marked Cerrone’s fourth straight victory – and fourth straight finish – since moving to welterweight earlier this year.

But the unquestioned fight of the night – and a serious contender for Fight of the Year – came from two other featherweights on the main card in Cub Swanson and Dooho Choi. The two engaged in a slobberknocker of epic proportions, each finding the mark multiple times with seeming fight-ending blows. Despite each being badly hurt at various points, neither man would give an inch. They banged it out until the very end, with Swanson doing just a bit more down the stretch to take a unanimous decision. The violence gods were satisfied.

See how MMA Twitter erupted at these unforgettable battles below:



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