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UFC 146 bonuses and awards for 'Dos Santos vs Mir' fights in Las Vegas

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UFC 146: "Dos Santos vs. Mir" from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, has officially wrapped, which means it's time for those select fighters who went above and beyond in their respective fights to get a little extra grease for their efforts.

To the tune of $70,000 each.

And thanks to double dipping on the first two, a "Fight of the Night" bonus was not given out. Pooey.

Here are the special fight bonuses for UFC 146:


Knockout of the Night -- Roy Nelson

Knockout of the Night part deux -- Dan Hardy

Submission of the Night -- Stefan Struve

Submission of the Night part deux -- Paul Sass

Fight of the Night -- None


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Post #1   5/27/12 1:08:36AM   

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If I had to give a FOTN it would probably be Brown/Pineda

It started off the night good

Post #2   5/27/12 1:13:32AM   

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One of the KOs of the night should have went to Varner, not because of the punches, but because no one expected him to get out of this one without taking an a$$ kicking. In the end it was Barboza who took the beating.

Post #3   5/27/12 8:19:56AM   

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Posted by Dberntson

One of the KOs of the night should have went to Varner, not because of the punches, but because no one expected him to get out of this one without taking an a$$ kicking. In the end it was Barboza who took the beating.



I agree. I did not give Varner a chance at all. I honestly thought he hasn't been training.

Post #4   5/27/12 12:10:18PM   

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Posted by KungFuMaster


Posted by Dberntson

One of the KOs of the night should have went to Varner, not because of the punches, but because no one expected him to get out of this one without taking an a$$ kicking. In the end it was Barboza who took the beating.



I agree. I did not give Varner a chance at all. I honestly thought he hasn't been training.



I am kinda indifferent about this fight. Yes Varner was whooping his ass but would he have finished had he not grabbed the fence. in my eyes it looked like barboza was about to get a clean sweep and end up on top but when varner grabbed the fence the sweep was nulled. he was winning the fight easily but that sweep could have changed the game.

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Posted by Twenty20Dollars

If I had to give a FOTN it would probably be Brown/Pineda

It started off the night good



I would have given it to Brandao v. Elkins, but both were good fights.

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Post #6   5/27/12 7:15:11PM