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After a night of freebie MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Glover Teixeira (pictured), Piotr Hallmann, Rafael Natal and Tor Troeng each an additional $50,000 for their special performances Wednesday night at “UFC Fight Night: Teixeira vs. Bader.”
Teixeira survived a knockdown to blast Ryan Bader with a barrage of bombs to capture “Knockout of the Night” honors. The Brazilian has now rattled off 20 consecutive victories.
Hallmann slapped on a nifty kimura on Francisco Trinaldo to take “Submission of the Night.”
Natal and Troeng put on a thrilling back-and-forth battle that White felt was good enough to win “Fight of the Night.” Natal also scored a unanimous decision W.
UFC Fight Night took place inside Mineirinho Arena in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Fight of the Night:
Rafael Natal and Tor Troeng ($50,000/each)
Submission of the Night:
Piotr Hallmann ($50,000)
Knockout of the Night:
Glover Teixeira ($50,000)
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