You have spoken! The greatest UFC event of all time is

After months of polls from Yahoo! Sports' Countdown to UFC 100, Cagewriter's readers have chosen the best UFC event ever. The winner is:

With 39 percent of the vote, UFC 92 takes the cake. The event was a winner on paper before even one fighter took to the Octagon. It had two title fights, Frank Mir vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira for the interim heavyweight belt, and Forrest Griffin defending the light heavyweight belt against Rashad Evans, not to mention a grudge match betweeen Pride veterans Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Wanderlei Silva.

The card delivered. Jackson knocked out Silva with a punch that is bound to be on every Rampage highlight reel, ever. Evans and Griffin, both winners of "The Ultimate Fighter," put on an entertaining fight until Evans took over and TKOed Griffin in the third round, winning the light heavyweight belt. Mir dominated Nogueira, his fellow coach on season eight of "The Ultimate Fighter." Mir won the interim heavywelght belt by TKOing Nogueira in the second round, the first time Nog had been finished in his career. Immediately after Mir won, he pointed towards Brock Lesnar, the heavyweight champion, and said, "You have my belt." Mir's win over Nogueira set up this weekend's main event between Mir and Lesnar.

Thanks for voting! Stick with Cagewriter all weekend for complete coverage of UFC 100. Steve Cofield will have complete results during the bouts, and Maggie Hendricks will have a chat during the pay-per-view portion of the card. Cofield will also have a post-fight show starting at 1 a.m. ET.

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