Losing to the way-past-his-prime Hall of Famer Mark Coleman, Stephan Bonnar and the UFC have some soul searching to do. Bonnar became a key part of UFC folklore with his performance in the original Ultimate Fighter finale, but with his fourth loss in six fights, the question has to be raised: Is it time to get rid of Bonnar for a more promising prospect?
Jon Jones forced Jake O'Brien to submit, proving he's multifaceted. This kid will be a light heavyweight champ by 2011. With his athleticism and wrestling background, the sky's the limit for him.
Turning back time
Dan Henderson knocked out the brash Michael Bisping, and the idea that he's too old. With three impressive wins in a row, the 38-year-old has a real claim for a rematch with middleweight king Anderson Silva.
Georges St-Pierre has clearly taken the mantle as the UFC's top pound-for-pound fighter. He dominated a huge welterweight in Thiago Alves, despite injurying his groin midway through the bout. Middleweight champ Anderson Silva has to now raise his game to pass St-Pierre.
He's the man
Even if you don't like Brock Lesnar, you must recognize that he's the best of the UFC's heavyweight division. He proved it against Frank Mir, who looked as if he was in the best condition of his life. The scary part about Lesnar is he's only going to get better.
Getting a hold of it
Saturday's UFC 100 answered a lot of questions about the future of the company. Some fighters took a huge step forward, while others showed they're not prime-time fighters. Check out what we learned from Las Vegas.