Photos Photos: UFC-The Ultimate Fighter 22 Finale Published on Dec. 19, 2015 Mission accomplished Frankie Edgar celebrates his KO victory over Chad Mendes at The Ultimate Fighter 22 finale at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Nevada. I told you so Featherweight contender Frankie Edgar leaves the cage after defeating Chad Mendes in the first round. Coach knows best Frankie Edgar celebrates with boxing coach Mark Henry after stopping Chad Mendes with a right-left-hand combination. On your knees Frankie Edgar drops Chad Mendes in the first round. Now Edgar hopes he can fight the winner of the Jose Aldo-Conor McGregor showdown on Saturday. The calm before the storm Chad Mendes makes his way to the Octagon to face Frankie Edgar at The Ultimate Fighter 22 finale. Mendes lost by first-round KO. Back pain Ryan Hall tries a standing rear naked choke of Artem Lobov during their lightweight bout at The Ultimate Fighter 22 finale at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Nevada. Friday Night Lights Artem Lobov tries to "tackle" Ryan Hall. Hall won the fight at The Ultimate Fighter 22 finale via unanimous decision. Hurt so good Lightweight Tony Ferguson celebrates his victory versus Edson Barboza in a great slugfest that won fight of the night honors. Where are you? Lightweight Edson Barboza had no answer for Tony Ferguson's rare techniques. Ferguson won via a D'Arce Choke in Round 2. Stay away Edson Barboza, right, tries to keep Tony Ferguson away during their lightweight bout at The Ultimate Fighter 22 finale. No escape Joby Sanchez tries to get up after being knocked down by Geane Herrera in the second round. Hard exchange Lightweights Joe Lauzon, right, and Evan Dunham exchange elbows during their lightweight fight on Friday. Consolation prize Joe Lauzon, left, lost the fight, but at least he connected some good punches against Evan Dunham. Good sportsmanship Featherweight Tatsuya Kawajiri, left, checks on his opponent Jason Knight after scoring a unanimous decision victory. Ups and downs Jason Knight uses his legs to keep Tatsuya Kawajiri away, but the plan didn't work that well for Knight. Miss me? Konstantin Erokhin avoids powerful puncher Gabriel Gonzaga. Gonzaga, however, was able to do enough to win a unanimous decision. Alive and kicking After three consecutive loses, heavyweight Gabriel Gonzaga found his way back to the win column by defeating Konstantin Erokhin by unanimous decision. The more, the better Welterweight Ryan LaFlare, right, takes a punch from Mike Pierce. But LaFlare connected 34 punches more than Pierce in three rounds and won the fight. The great escape Chris Gruetzemacher escaped the choke and eventually defeated Abner Lloveras by unanimous decision.