Filed under: Featured , News , UFC The UFC’s first visit to Canada’s capital city of Ottawa started on a high note and ended with the crowd booing the headliners. Between those two fights, the card set a new promotional record with six fighters earning third-round stoppage victories. Yeah, it was a rollercoaster ride for the 10,490 fans that filled The Arena at TD Place. In the main event, Stephen Thompson and Rory MacDonald fought a very technical bout with Thompson getting the better of MacDonald, breaking his opponent’s nose in the fifth round on his way to a unanimous-decision victory and a possible welterweight title fight. In the co-main event, Donald Cerrone continued to stake his claim as the king of the UFC moneyweights after knocking out Patrick Cote in the third round to earn his second consecutive stoppage win in the 170-pound division. Here are 10 moments that are worth reflecting on from an event that had its shares of ups and downs. 1.

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The 10 things that made UFC Fight Night 89 a rollercoaster ride for fight fans – MMA Junkie

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