If you missed that excellent striking display that was showcased during UFC on FUEL TV 3's co-headlining bout between Donald Cerrone and Jeremy Stephens, here's a video from Fox Sports to get you updated.
Since a minute of footage isn't enough, here's more details on the fight from our live blog of the event:
Jeremy Stephens vs. Donald Cerrone - Round 1 - Stephens gets in the first shot, a little left hand counter. Big right by Stephens gets in also. Hard leg kick by Cerrone. Interesting tactical battle early. Hard leg kick by Stephens. Body kick by Cerrone. Cerrone with a head kick that gets blocked, Stephens misses the right hand counter. Good leg kick on the end of a combination by Cerrone. Cerrone gets clipped a few times by Stephens, so now he does some...dancing...shuffling thing? Good shot by Cerrone, he's going to kicks and knees to keep Stephens a little off balance. Flying knee by Cerrone. 10-9 Cerrone.
Round 2 - Cerrone back to kicks up top and too the legs. Right hand by Stephens gets in a bit but it's still Cerrone dictating the fight. Cerrone trying a few spinning elbows. Uppercut hurts Stephens, Cerrone firing with more leg kicks. Stephens looks to have recovered, but this fight is getting away from him quickly. Stephens has tried from different angles, loke uppercuts from the lead hand, etc. But he can't do much at all here but cover up while Cerrone beats on him. Big leg kicks still landing for Cerrone. Another one and Stephens' legs buckle. This is a beating. 10-9 Cerrone.
Round 3 - Huge groin shot by Cerrone and Stephens is in major pain. They do restart after a short break and Cerrone drills him with another leg kick. And another. Stephens has very little left here. He's terrified of taking another leg kick and covering up every time Cerrone looks like he's even thinking of throwing a punch. Stephens manages a glancing right hand. Stephens gets poked in the eye. Cerrone just destroying him here. Flying knee attempt for Stephens just misses. Stephens tries for a few last second home run swings but can't land. 10-9 Cerrone.
Official Scorecards: 30-27 across the board. Donald Cerrone wins by unanimous decision.