On Saturday, Feb. 1, the UFC hosted UFC 169: Barao vs. Faber from the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.

In the night’s main event, UFC bantamweight champion Renan Barao faced off with former WEC champion Urijah Faber for a second time. The pair met previously at UFC 149 with the Brazilian Barao claiming the promotion’s interim 135-pound title by unanimous decision.

The night’s co-main event also featured UFC gold on the line as featherweight kingpin Jose Aldo defended his belt against Ricardo Lamas. Also on the main card, former Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem battled former UFC champion Frank Mir.

For a full recap and results of the 12-fight event, click here.

Now that the event is in the books, what is more fun to do afterwards that doesn’t belong in a commercial entitled What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas? You guessed it! Hanging out with The MMA Corner’s Josh Davis, Jason Schielke and Justin Fuller as they break down all of the action.

The live video stream will begin immediately following the event and end shortly before the post-fight press conference begins. What else are you going to be doing in between that time anyway?

Be sure to join us by either watching the video above or joining our hangout on Google+. Do you have a question or a topic you’d like the hosts to discuss? Send us a tweet @TheMMACorner or drop them in the question and answer section of the hangout.

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Josh Davis
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Josh Davis is the owner and President of The MMA Corner, LLC. He has been a fan of mixed martial arts since seeing UFC 1 in his hometown. In addition to his The MMA Corner responsibilities, Josh is the editor of Scrapp! Fight Magazine. Josh has also written for MMA Unleashed and MMA Sports magazines. Josh also manages some of Colorado's best up and coming fighters and is dedicated to the positive promotion of the sport.