Ottman Azaitar emerged as a legitimate prospect worthy of content, and Ed Herman earned a controversial come-from-behind win at UFC Vegas 10.
We have three splendid finishes and plenty of highlight-reel action for you below.
Ottman Azaitar def. Khama Worthy by TKO via strikes (1:33, R1)
Worthy's Cinderella story came to a quick and decisive end at the hands of rising star Azaitar, who dropped Worthy before blitzing him for a snappy TKO.
Roxanne Modafferi (no. 7) def. Andrea Lee (no. 9) by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Modafferi and Lee engaged in a competitive back-and-forth fight that meant the world to both women. It was ultimately Modafferi who got the nod based on rounds one and three.
Ed Herman def. Mike Rodriguez by submission via kimura (4:01, R3)
Herman looked to snap Rodriguez's shoulder in an ultra controversial fight. Rodriguez was in the middle of a fight-finishing sequence in round two, punctuated by a knee to the body, that was misread as a low blow by the referee. Herman took full advantage of the recovery period and ultimately won the fight.
Bobby Green def. Alan Patrick by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Green earned his third win of 2020 in a one-sided decision against Patrick. Green leaned on superior wrestling skills to get it done. Afterwards, Green cut the post-fight interview short out of respect for executive Iranian wrestler Navid Afkari.
Billy Quarantillo def. Kyle Nelson by KO via punch (0:07, R3)
Quarantillo turned the tide against Nelson in round two after a strong first five minutes from the Canadian. Any talks of a competitive third round were muted after Quarantillo flattened Nelson at 0:07 of round three.
UFC Vegas 10 takes place from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada with Michelle Waterson and Angela Hill headlining the card. Keep up with Fightful for all your fight night coverage.