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    http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/news...WSOF-salaries/

    Today the California State Athletic Commission released the salary information for Saturday's World Series of Fighting 4 event. The top earners were main event fighter Tyrone Spong and WSOF President Ray Sefo:

    Tyrone Spong: $31,000 ($22,000 to show, $9,000 to win)

    Angel DeAnda: $4,000

    Spong def. DeAnda via unanimous decision



    Marlon Moraes: $24,000 ($12,000 to show, $12,000 to win)

    Brandon Hempleman: $3,000

    Moraes def. Hempleman via unanimous decision



    Nick Newell: $28,000 ($14,000 to show, $14,000 to win)

    Keon Caldwell: $2,000

    Newell def. Caldwell via submission



    Dave Huckaba: $12,000 ($6,000 to show, $6,000 to win)

    Ray Sefo: $30,000

    Huckaba def. Sefo via technical knockout



    Gesias Cavalcante: $18,000 ($9,000 to show, $9,000 to win)

    Tyson Griffin: $8,000

    Cavalcante def. Griffin via technical knockout



    Gerald Harris: $30,000 ($15,000 to show, $15,000 to win)

    Jorge Santiago: $13,000

    Harris def. Santiago via unanimous decision



    Lewis Gonzalez: $4,000 ($2,000 to show, $2,000 to win)

    Antonio McKee: $6,000

    Gonzales def. McKee via unanimous decision



    Jared Papazian: $4,000 ($2,000 to show, $2,000 to win)

    John Robles: $2,000

    Papazian def. Robles via unanimous decision



    Victor Valenzuela: $4,000 ($2,000 to show, $2,000 to win)

    Isaac Gutierrez: $2,000

    Valenzuela def. Gutierrez via submission

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    http://www.mmajunkie.com/news/2013/0...griffin-harris
    WSOF 4 medical suspensions: Potential six-month terms for 'JZ,' Griffin, Harris
    The full list of medical suspensions included:

    Brandon Hempleman: Suspended 60 days with no contact during training for 60 days due to a forehead laceration, unless cleared early by a physician
    Ray Sefo: Suspended 45 days with no contact during training for 30 days for precautionary reasons
    Gesias Cavalcante: Suspended 180 days with no contact during training for 180 days due to a knee injury, unless cleared early by a physician
    Tyson Griffin: Suspended 180 days with no contact during training for 180 days due to a neck injury, unless cleared early by a physician
    Gerald Harris: Suspended 180 days with no contact during training for 180 days due to a possible hand fracture, unless cleared early by a physician
    Lewis Gonzalez: Suspended 60 days with no contact during training for 60 days due to an eyelid laceration, unless cleared early by a physician
    Antonio McKee: Suspended 180 days with no contact during training for 180 days due to vision loss in his right eye, unless cleared early by a neurologist
    John Robles: Suspended 180 days with no contact during training for 180 days due to possible shoulder, knee and elbow injuries, unless cleared early by a physician
    Victor Valenzuela: Suspended 180 days with no contact during training for 180 days due to a possible knee injury, unless cleared early by a physician

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    Wow, Moraes isn't making too much, dude's an ace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedorlei Gomipierre View Post
    Wow, Moraes isn't making too much, dude's an ace.
    I thought the first round of Moraes vs Hempleman was being broadcast at 2X speed. Those dudes were moving super fast.

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    http://www.mmafighting.com/2013/8/13...saturday-night
    WSOF draws its biggest ratings on Saturday night
    Saturday night's World Series of Fighting show on NBC Sports, headlined by Tyrone Spong's decision win over Angel DeAnda, did the company's best numbers to date with a 0.23 rating and 264,000 viewers.

    The show, from Ontario, Calif., also pulled an 0.18 in the 18-49 demo and an 0.30 in Males 18-49.

    The numbers are slightly below the 300,000 viewer level that the lowest rated World Extreme Cagefighting shows did on the same station, when it was known as Versus, and above most Bellator events when they were on MTV 2, which had similar reach.

    The number is well under the network's second quarter prime time average of 619,000 viewers, but that's misleading because of a strong showing this year of the NHL playoffs. Before hockey season, in the fourth quarter of 2012, the network over three months only had two shows that topped 200,000 viewers.

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