Let's hear it for Evan getting another W and making it look easy. I thought he'd win, but never thought it would be with a sub from his back. Props to Robbie for putting Evan on his back; I don't think anyone even considered that possibility in this fight. Though otherwise, things aren't looking good for Lawler -- KO'd by a jiu-jitsu guy, subbed by a wrestler.
While I'm at it, let's also hear it for St Pierre. If he hadn't made a mistake, and Hughes hadn't been so fast to capitalize it, who knows where that fight would have gone? If not a draw, I'd have given that first round to St Pierre - one takedown versus Hughes's two, but he also landed that beautiful kick and one or two good punches, whereas Hughes didn't really land anything standing or on the ground. Those saying Hughes would "roll over" or "demolish" him were certainly shown up.
Salaverry also looked great, as did Trigg. If they don't give Trigg his title shot next, I'd like to see him against Lytle. Or, if they do give Trigg the shot, St Pierre vs Lytle would be a great match.
UFC 50 reinforced the fact that 170 and 185 in the UFC are probably the two best divisions in any weight class, in any promotion.