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The Ultimate Fighting Championships announced the UFC 155 live gate and attendance as well as the bonus awards at the post-fight press conference.
Knockout of the Night - Todd Duffee
Submission of the Night – John Moraga
Fight of the Night – Jim Miller vs. Joe Lauzon
Each fighter was awarded $65,000 for their efforts.
Todd Duffee made a emphatic comeback to the UFC with a knockout win over British heavyweight Phil DeFries. The fight took place on the Facebook portion of the card and was the only knockout of night. John Moraga continued to show why he is one of the top flyweights in the world, submitting the durable Chris Cariaso in the second round of their Facebook prelim bout.
The ‘Fight of the Night’ featured a lightweight bout between top lightweights Jim Miller and Joe Lauzon who put on a epic bloody performance for the Las Vegas fans. Whilst Miller dominated the fight, Lauzon continuously worked for submission and attempted to finish the fight.
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UFC bonus specialist Joe Lauzon posts his roughed up mug on twitter the day after his fight of the night with Jim Miller. Props to both fighters, that was a war.
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The following fighters earned an extra $65,000 for being blatant overachievers this Saturday Night in Sin City. • Fight of the Night: Jim Miller vs. Joe Lauzon • Knockout of the Night: Todd Duffee • Submission of the Night: John Moraga
After a spectacular night of MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Joe Lauzon (Pictured), Jim Miller, John Moraga and Todd Duffee each an additional $65,000 for their special performances Saturday night at “UFC 155.”
Moraga kicked the card off in style by rallying to slap on a guillotine choke on Chris Cariaso. The tapout not only earned Moraga a 2-0 mark in the Octagon...
A lightweight affair between Jim Miller and Joe Lauzon (Pictured) co-headlined “UFC 155: Dos Santos vs. Velasquez II” on Saturday night.
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MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada is hosting tonight’s festivities. The show is headlined by a heavyweight title tilt between reigning champion Junior dos Santos...
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70" reach, Orthodox
May 22, 1984
22-7 (UFC: 9-4)
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Purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
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UFC 155 is in the history books and did not disappoint. Two of the highlights in most fan’s minds were the last two fights. Joe Lauzon and Jim Miller put on arguably the best fight of the year in an absolute blood-bath. Joe Lauzon suffered a huge gash over his right eye that literally left [...]
The Ultimate Fighting Championships has provided non-Facebook users an option to watch tonight’s three Facebook fights on YouTube. The preliminary card features a flyweight thriller between top prospect John Moraga and Chris Cariaso as well as a heavyweight bout between returning Todd Duffee and Phil DeFries and a featherweight fight between Max Holloway and Leonard Garcia...
Here are the top 5 pictures to come out of UFC 155 that saw Cain Velasquez regain his Heavyweight title from Junio dos Santos. Jim Miller and Joe Lauzon delivered one of the best, if not the best, performance of the year in MMA during 155. This was possibly the fight of the year [...]
The UFC 155 main event was also solid as two of the best Heavyweights in the world collided in a much better effort than their first bout on UFC on FOX 1. Let’s take a look at the winners and losers from this card and take a look at what could be next for them.
Headlining the UFC 155 card is a rematch that everyone has been clamoring for since their first meeting as the headliner for the UFC’s first event on the Fox Network as UFC Heavyweight Champion Junior dos Santos battles the man he defeated for the title Cain Velasquez.
It was an ugly weekend in Vegas. And I mean that in the best way possible. Things got off to a great start with the prelims on Facebook and FX. Then we came to a screeching halt when Leben and Brunson took center stage. It was one of the saddest looking fights in the year, neither man seemed to want it. Credit to Brunson for getting the win on less than two weeks notice. Okami and...