UFC 258 had little in the way of star-power outside of the main event but in keeping with his previous performances, Kamaru Usman continued his ascension to greatness.

Now holding the longest winning streak in welterweight history, surpassing the legendary Georges St-Pierre’s 12 straight, ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ is assembling a resume that will go down in folklore.

Rebounding from a shaky start against former teammate Gilbert Burns, Usman would land jab after jab on the Brazilian and slowly wilted his lastest challenger as the bout drew on.

With a knockdown coming in the second round, the opening of the third round would see a right hand put Burns down once again as a few more strikes for good measure forced Herb Dean to wave off the contest.

Holding wins over four of the current top five at 170 lbs, Usman looks nigh-on unstoppable at the moment and should go on to be an all-time great with the 33-year old just three more wins away from Anderson Silva’s record winning run.

Elsewhere at UFC 258, Alexa Grasso, Kelvin Gastelum and Belal Muhammad would pick up valuable wins inside their respective division’s top 15 while a special shout out is needed for Anthony Hernandez who did something special on the preliminary card. Tasked with ADCC gold medalist Rodolfo Vieira, Hernandez would submit the jiu-jitsu phenom becoming only the second man to achieve that feat in the UFC. Hell, Vieira had only been submitted twice in his 12-years as a jiu-jitsu competitor.

With a great event now in the books, here are five fight suggestions for the UFC matchmakers to consider: