UFC 275: Who's next for Jiri Prochazka, Valentina Shevchenko and Zhang Weili?

With under a minute left in the fifth round of the main event at UFC 275 in Singapore, Glover Teixeira looked like he was about to put it on cruise control for a decision win.

Then Jiri Prochazka pulled a submission out of nowhere and got the champion to tap to become the new light heavyweight king. 

It was a spectacular fight on a night full of them, capped off by a shocking moment and the crowning of Prochazka, who extended his unbeaten streak to 14.

The other champion in the night heard ... "and still!" Valentina Shevchenko's dominance over the flyweight division took an intriguing turn on Saturday, as Taila Santos gave Shevchenko all she could handle in a split decision victory.

Shevchenko's typical ground efforts failed to produce great results, and Santos had plenty of control time against the champ for 25 minutes. Where do both go from here? Is a rematch in order?

But before the two title fights, all eyes were on the rematch between Zhang Weili and Joanna Jedrzejczyk. 

After a five-round battle that is now considered the best fight in women's MMA history, the two locked up a second time in Singapore and again put on a show

This time, no judges were needed, as Zhang scored a tremendous spinning backfist knockout in the second round. 

After the bout, Jedrzejczyk placed her gloves on the mat and retired from the sport. Zhang now sets her sights back on the strawweight title and Carla Esparza.

Let's take a look at what's ahead for the top performers after UFC 275.