Best of UFC 84
Shane Carwin vs. Christian Wellisch
Carwin (near left) dropped Wellisch to the canvas and finished him off with strikes for a TKO in the first round.
Dong Hyun Kim vs. Jason Tan
Using his ground-and-pound game to its fullest, Kim (top) threw Tan a slew of elbows, punches and forearm strikes before earning the TKO in the third round.
Yoshiyuki Yoshida vs. Jon Koppenhaver
Despite his opponent's efforts to get out if it, Yoshida (not pictured) submitted Koppenhaver (left) with an Anaconda choke in the first round.
Terry Etim vs. Rich Clementi
Clementi (near left) managed to take down Etim early in all three rounds and threw the Brit some serious punches standing up. The judges took note as they granted ''No Love'' a unanimous decision.
Rameau Sokoudjou vs. Kazuhiro Nakamura
After a number of knees and kicks, Sokoudjou (red trunks) finished off his opponent for a TKO in the first round.
Rousimar Palhares vs. Ivan Salaverry
Almost winning with a rear naked choke, Palhares (bottom) took down Salaverry again to win by armbar in the first round.
Thiago Silva vs. Antonio Mendes
Mendes' survival skills didn't last long after he recovered from a couple of kicks that sent him to the canvas. The undefeated Silva (top) extended his record to 13-0 with strikes on the ground to defeat Mendes by TKO in the first round.
Wilson Gouveia vs. Goran Reljic
While Reljic (top) resorted to kicks in the first round, Gouveia stuck with punches. But in the end, it was the Croatian who handed Gouveia a first-class ticket to the mat with punches. Reljic won in the second round by TKO.
Wanderlei Silva vs. Keith Jardine
With pressure riding on this bout for Silva, ''The Axe Murderer'' hardly wilted. Throwing Jardine (bottom) multiple strikes on the ground, Silva earned a KO in the first round.
Tito Ortiz vs. Lyoto Machida
With Donald Trump in the stands, Ortiz (bottom) ended his supposed last UFC bout with a nasty third-round, unanimous-decision loss to Machida.
B.J. Penn vs. Sean Sherk
Penn (white trunks) sent Sherk a flying knee before blasting him with strikes on the ground. ''The Prodigy'' successfully defended his lightweight title with a third-round TKO.