There are a few truths we learned last night. Yes, styles make fights. And yes, mismatches make stoppages. Hendo's power vs Babalu's chin was an easy prediction to make. Scott Smith's get rocked a bunch and get lucky approach vs Daley's legitimate striking also ended in a no brainer. Though surprising at first, the HW overpowering the LHW was another result that wasn't going to shock anyone.
Basically, if you're serving lambs up to the slaughter, you're going to get lamb chops. I don't even pity anyone who bet money on Smith or Babalu. Of course, I would have enjoyed a few more finishes out of TUF 12 but there were still entertaining fights. But, I don't expect one evenly matched opponents to end in one getting steamrolled. Semtex lobotomized Smith but what the hell was Smith's gameplan? Strike with the guy who is a great striker but poor grappler? Even after he got tagged a few times, same gameplan.
Also, UFC gave us a free card on Spike as opposed to SF on showtime. I'm not sure how many people get Showtime but I am not one of them. That was a pretty entertaining show for free. There's a quote in the movie Snatch that sums this up perfectly. "If I throw a dog a bone, I don't want to know if it tastes good or not."
The Jets have won more Superbowls than you have.