The bout was a lackluster affair at best and it ended in a draw, which meant neither fight took home the illustrious super fight title created for the fight.
Art Davie is the co-founder of the UFC and he has kept possession of that title for over twenty years now, but now the belt is going up for auction.
Goldin Auctions is the company putting the belt up for auction and company founder Ken Goldin has proclaimed the item to be the most significant piece of UFC memorabilia his company has ever auctioned.
"It's the most significant UFC item ever to be auctioned,” Goldin said to TMZ Sports.
Bidding has already begun on this piece of UFC history and it will conclude on Saturday, February 17.
Experts in the auction field believe the belt can fetch anywhere from $25,000 to $100,000, while the opening bid price is at $5,000.
As of this writing, no bids have been placed on this piece of UFC history, but that could change as we get closer to the final day of auction.