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UFC Statement on Fight Night Bonuses

The Ultimate Fighting Championship released a statement today regarding Fight Night bonuses:
The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced today a modification to its live event bonuses. Effective immediately, UFC will award Fight of the Night bonuses to each of the fighters in the best fight of the night, as well as additional Performance of the Night bonuses to the two best individual performances on the card.

Performance of the Night bonuses will replace existing Knockout and Submission of the Night awards.

The bonus amounts will remain $50,000. The Performance of the Night bonuses will reward the athletes who put on the best and most exciting individual performances.

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