Living up to the billing, UFC 264 would provide a whole host of quality bouts as well as some memorable stoppage victories.

While the blockbuster PPV event would end in somewhat anti-climactic fashion, Dustin Poirier would come out victorious in his trilogy with Conor McGregor after a strong first-round for ‘The Diamond’ quickly turned sour following a nasty leg injury to McGregor.

With a break to both his tibia and fibula by his left ankle, McGregor was swiftly ruled out of a contest that in all honesty looked to be in Poirier’s total control.

Elsewhere at UFC 264, Gilbert Burns would put a stop to Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson’s late-career title surge with a unanimous decision win, Tai Tuivasa would quickly rebound from a shaky start to land a KO blow on Greg Hardy while Sean O’Malley would open up the main card with a dominant performance over a durable short-notice opponent in Kris Moutinho.

Now with Saturday nights event in the books, and another high-ranking lightweight clash set for this upcoming weekend, here are the fights to make in the immediate aftermath of UFC 264: