The highlight of the night for me was Cowboy Cerrone putting away Alex Hernandez. Hernandez still has a bright future ahead of him, but Cowboy was simply on point and drilled him repeatedly after recovering from Hernandez' early surge. I wasn't surprised Paige Van Zant submitted Rachel Ostovich. Paige gets a lot of grief, but she earned her way to the UFC and spent time off and on as a borderline contender. Rachel by comparison is only in the league as a function of her looks and how shallow 125 is. She's sort of like a Gabe Ruediger in that she's getting attention and fights from something other than her fighting skills. I'd like to see Paige fight the winner of what I consider an interesting fight between Montana De La Rosa and Nadia Kassem next month in OZ. Kassem hasn't fought in almost 1.5 years, but she is dangerous on the feet and has blood thirsty BJJ off her back. On the subject of WMMA, I was sad to see Arianne Lipski lose her promotional debut to JoJo Calderwood. Lipski looks like a fitter version of Mia Khalifa Hopefully we see her back again. Maybe she and Rachel would be comparable in skill. And what a bizarre turn of events with the co-main and main. Totally unimpressed with Greg Hardy seeing him for the first time. And I don't know what to think about Henry TKOing TJ so quickly. Terrible lapse in judgement by TJ charging in like that. How much of that was the weight cut? Hard to say, because Henry could probably knock plenty of guys out a 135. On one hand I want to see a rematch at 135, both because Henry deserves it if he wants it based on the result tonight, and because it would clear up the mystery. But on the other hand, Marlon Moraes and Rafael Assuncao are meeting in a #1 contender fight and imho both guys are already due for the title shot, but the division is constipated from the TJ-Cody rematch and now from this fight. If the winner of Moraes vs. Assuncao 2 doesn't get an immediate title shot, that's honestly pretty ridiculous.