I think both Diego and Kos deserved a loss for that fight. Kos had a great gameplan, but it was such a boring fight. The only way he'll win people over is if he starts finishing people, and of course he actually has to fight better people too. Diego was a nice win for him, but I'm assuming the gloves will come off now, and Kos won't be "protected". Throw him in with some of the tougher 170 lb guys. I'd love to see GSP destroy Kos, but I really don't think Kos has even earned the right to fight him yet. I'm not a big Diego fan either, although now that he lost I may be able to get behind him more. But his lack of heart and desire to even try to win the fight was sooooo disappointing. Where was the Diego that fought Karo or Riggs? Even when Kos took him down, Diego got his back and then the first rd ended. He had to know he was losing by the end of the 2nd and going into the 3rd, but made no effort to even try and do anything. Dissappointing fight. I'm also gald Swick lost, he gave another lack luster performance. He danced around too much with the Crow and then in this fight too. I'm not too familar with the guy he was fighting but he looked pretty good. The Huerta fight was UNBELIEVABLE! This was a fight that I didn't even really care about before it started, but they went toe-to-toe for 3 rds. Fight-o-the night. I wish Diego and Kos had this kind of heart. Kendell Grove was also very impressive. He appears to have the killer instinct and legimately wants to end fights. I was dssapointed that GSP lost, and yeah I'm sure this messup a lot of UFC plans. I was laughing though when they showed Hughes after the fight, he had this HUGE smile on his face. I'm guessing they'll go: Hughes vs. Serra Other possibilities would be: GSP vs. Karo (rematch for #1 contender??) or I suppose they could just give him Kos or perhaps even Lutter or Diego. But I'm guessing they'll want to give Diego a "winnable" fight. So maybe he'll take on Lutter. And Kos could fight another top 170 guy, maybe Kos vs. Karo. They could still get a Hughes-GSP III by the end of the year, although I can't see Hughes defending in Canada. GSP's next fight, whoever it is will probably be in Canada though. Maybe they'd put off Hughes-GSP now and set up a Penn-Hughes III instead, if Penn beats Jens and then wants to come up to 170 again. That way you could have either Hughes-GSP III or Penn-GSP II early next year.