Everyone expected Dominick Cruz and Urijah Faber to put on a good title fight in UFC 132's main event. Instead, Cruz and Faber spent five rounds pushing a pace as only two top-level bantamweights could. When the dust settled, referee Steve Mazzagatti raised Cruz's hand while Urijah Faber hung his head in disbelief.
The biggest question now is where these two go from here. Brian Bowles defeated Takeya Mizugaki earlier in the night, but the idea of putting a guy who fought on Facebook in a main event of a pay-per-view doesn't seem like the best business decision, no matter how deserving Bowles is as a challenger.
If it was up to me, the UFC would book the rubber match between Cruz and Faber. We saw five rounds of unbelievable action last night, and if they put on another performance even half that exciting, we'd be in for a treat.
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