So there is probably little doubt by now that what we witnessed was probably the best UFC event ever. There were maybe two fights that weren't fantastic but really ALL the fights tonight were spectacular with Gilbert vs Diego not only being the stand out but probably the most epic (while not the most technical) MMA (or at least UFC) fight ever. However in my mind at least until tonight Pride FC 33: The Second Coming was the single greatest event in MMA history. But does after tonight in retrospect make UFC 166 the new king of events? To remind those who may not remember Pride 33 included: - Dan Henderon's epic KO victory of Wanderlei Silva to secure two Pride titles - Nick Diaz's sensational dismantling of Takanori Gomi - Sokoudjou's flash and violent knock out of Little Nog - Shogun's epic war and Ko of Alistair Overeem - Among other great fights Of course tonight we witnessed: - The Epic war of heart, conditioning and pure desire of Gilbert Melendez and Diego Sanchez - The clinic of skill by Cain Velasquez and the heart of Jr. Dos Santos - The Violence of Hector Lombard against Nate Marquardt - The sensational performances by Gabriel Gonzaga and John Dodson - Amongst a stacked main and prelim card. So who did it better? Is UFC 166 the greatest MMA event ever? Is Pride 33 still the champ? Or am I wrong with both of these events was something or some other promotion the greatest MMA even ever?