If you were worried that Frankie Edgar was coming back too soon after getting TKO’d by Brian Ortega, put your mind at ease. He seemed fine against Cub Swanson in the co-main event of UFC Fight Night 128.

In fact, it was business as usual for both men – who’ve fought before, and in much the same fashion.

For Edgar, that meant the usual nonstop moving in and out and side to side, stepping in to throw boxing combo and low-kicks, and reaching out for takedowns that more often were feints to open up his foe’s defenses.

For Swanson, that meant trying to slow Edgar down with kicks, trying to meet his combos with hands of his own, stuffing every takedown attempt, and keeping range with a jab.

Some of those punches did damage, and Edgar was marked up a little by the end of the first round, but other than that it was all Edgar. Standard Edgar. Too-fast, too-furious Edgar.

Edgar got the finish when last they fought, but that was after nearly five rounds; this bad boy was only three rounds, so instead he got the decision.

Results: Frankie Edgar def. Cub Swanson via Unanimous Decision