the Texas Crazy Horse will bring some much needed excitement to the stale HW division
Rashad is finally fighting to win, not just to not lose. I'm firmly in his camp now, which is the first real turn I've had concerning a fighter in recent memory. I was a vocal critic of his when he was eeking out decisions left and right, but he's really evolving into a very complete fighter at this point. That high kick was beyond brutal, almost Mirko-quality when you break it down. A picture perfect knockout Although I'll give some major credit to Salmon, as he really established himself well in round one. He dominated Rashad, but his gassing in round two was what really did him in, I believe.
That wasn't Heath. I don't know where he was, but he'll be back soon.
Props to Ed, as that was a beautiful submission. Good to see him back on track.
Aside from that, I haven't watched the rest of the event yet; just got back from work. Look forward to seeing the rest though.