If you missed the original airing of the UFC 134 barker show, here you go. Parts two and three are after the jump.
Anderson Silva tries to defend his middleweight title against Yushin Okami in the main event. Silva and Okami first met in Hawaii in 2006. Halfway through the first round, Silva threw an upkick that landed square on Okami's jaw, forcing referee Troy Mandaloniz to disqualify him when Okami proved unable to continue. Silva fights for revenge and a new UFC record -- a win makes him the first UFC fighter to win ten title fights.
In the co-main event, Mauricio Rua and Forrest Griffin meet in a rematch from UFC 76. "Shogun" was making his UFC debut, and a knee injury hampered both his training and his performance on fight night. Griffin pushed a heavy pace, exhausting Rua midway through the second round. With fifteen seconds left in the fight, Rua tapped to a rear naked choke.
Win or lose, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira will provide emotion. Nogueira, after 40 professional bouts, fights for the first time in his home country of Brazil. A submission of up-and-comer Brendan Schaub will have old fans conjuring up images of "vintage" Nogueira and the hometown crowd erupting with national pride. A loss -- the betting favorite -- most likely results from "Minotauro" eating canvas, a horrifying reminder of diminished skills in a violent sport.