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    UFC 164 Fighter Bonuses: Chad Mendes Leads the Way with Knockout of Clay Guida
    http://www.mmaweekly.com/ufc-164-fig...-of-clay-guida
    The Ultimate Fighting Championship handed out $50,000 post-fight bonuses to four fighters following UFC 164 on Saturday at Milwaukee’s Bradley Center.

    Newly crowned lightweight champion Anthony “Showtime” Pettis, Chad Mendes, Pascal Krauss, and Hyun Gyu Lim took home the bonuses.
    “Knockout of the Night” honors went to Chad Mendes for his third-round knockout of veteran Clay Guida. In doing so, Mendes becomes the first fighter to score a knockout over Guida.

    Lim and Krauss took home “Fight of the Night” for their thrilling preliminary bout that helped set the tone for the main card highlights.
    In addition to defeating Benson Henderson for a second time in order to capture the UFC lightweight championship, Anthony “Showtime” Pettis added “Submission of the Night” honors to his memorable performance.
    UFC 164: Henderson vs. Pettis 2 Live Gate and Attendance
    http://www.mmaweekly.com/ufc-164-hen...and-attendance
    The event drew 9,178 spectators at the HMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, garnering gate receipts totaling $907,116.
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    Lim should have gotten the KOTN.

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    Did anyone else think the Guida/Mendes stoppage was a bit premature?

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    Maybe a little

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    Quote Originally Posted by H0SS View Post
    Did anyone else think the Guida/Mendes stoppage was a bit premature?

    No, he got cracked, fell the the ground,turned and turtled, thats game over.
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    Someone needs to cheer for those poor souls.

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    He got dropped twice and turtled up, it may have been a tiny bit early, but I think it was a good stoppage.



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    http://www.mmajunkie.com/news/2013/0...n-vs-pettis-ii
    25 post-fight facts about 'UFC 164: Henderson vs. Pettis II'
    GENERAL

    The past six UFC championship fights have ended in a knockout or submission.

    Pettis, Mendes, Hyun Gyu Lim and Pascal Krauss earned $50,000 post-fight bonuses.

    UFC 164 drew an announced attendance of 9,178 for a live gate of $907,116.

    Betting favorites went 8-4 on the card.

    Total fight time for the 12-bout card was 2:56:23.

    MAIN CARD

    Pettis' submission of Henderson marked just the third time in history a UFC lightweight title fight has ended with a submission.

    Pettis earned just the eighth armbar victory in a UFC championship fight.

    Henderson was defeated by submission for the first time since March 31, 2007 – a span of 2,346 days (6.5 years) and 19 fights. The former champion had defended 32 of 32 submission attempts in his UFC/WEC career prior to UFC 164.

    Barnett earned his first UFC victory since March 22, 2002 – a span of 4,180 days (11.5 years) and 25 fights. Barnett's 4,180-day gap between UFC wins is the second largest margin in history behind Mark Coleman (4,537 days).

    Mir has been knocked out in seven of his eight professional defeats.

    Mir is on the first three-fight losing streak of his 24-fight career.

    Mendes (15-1 MMA, 6-1 UFC) is the first fighter in featherweight history to win four straight fights by knockout.

    Mendes' nine career UFC/WEC featherweight victories are second to champ Jose Aldo for the most all-time.

    Mendes' four-fight knockout streak is the longest streak of finishes in his 16-bout professional career.

    Guida suffered his first loss since dropping to the UFC featherweight division and fell to 1-3 in his past four fights overall.

    Guida was knocked out for the first time in his 44-fight career.

    Brandon Vera (12-7 MMA, 8-7 UFC) fell to 1-4 (with one no-contest) in his past six fights. Vera's record when competing in the UFC heavyweight division dropped to 4-3.

    Dustin Poirier (14-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC) and Mendes became the second and third featherweight fighters to earn six UFC victories.

    PRELIMINARY CARD

    Gleison Tibau (28-9 MMA, 13-7 UFC) has never been taken down more than once in a single bout throughout his 20-fight UFC career.

    Tim Elliott (10-3-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) outlanded Louis Gaudinot (6-3 MMA, 1-2 UFC), 270 to 41, in total strikes. The +229 total strike differential is the fourth largest margin ever in a UFC fight and second largest margin ever in a three-round bout. Chael Sonnen owns the record with a +256 differential against Anderson Silva at UFC 117.

    Elliott's 270 total strikes landed are the fourth-most ever in a single UFC fight.

    Pascal Krauss (11-2 MMA, 2-2 UFC) and Nikita Krylov (15-3 MMA, 0-1 UFC) were knocked out for the first time in their professional careers.

    Hyun Gyu Lim (12-3-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) is just the second fighter in UFC history (Thiago Alves) to earn two consecutive knockout victories stemming from knee strikes.

    Ryan Couture (6-3 MMA, 0-2 UFC) is 1 for 13 on takedown attempts in his two-fight UFC career. He went 0-6 against Al Iaquinta (6-2-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC).

    Magnus Cedenblad (11-4 MMA, 1-1 UFC) scored the fifth fastest submission in UFC middleweight history by tapping out Jared Hamman (13-6 MMA, 2-5 UFC) with a guillotine choke at 0:57 of Round 1.
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    http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/news...4-suspensions/
    Pettis suspended indefinitely for left knee; complete UFC 164 suspensions
    Today the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services submitted the official results and suspensions for last weekend's UFC 164.

    Al Iaquinta suspended for 45 days; lacerations to nose an upper left eye lid

    Nikita Krylov suspended for 30 days; mandatory for TKO

    Soa Palelei suspended for 30 days; mandatory for lacaerations

    Soa Palelei suspended for 180 days; or clear x-ray of ribs

    Pascal Krauss suspended for 60 days; mandatory rest for left ankle

    Pascal Krauss suspended for 180 days; or clear x-ray of left ankle

    Dustin Porier suspended for 45 days; mandatory rest for laceration to left cheek

    Eric Koch suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest for lacerations

    Brandon Vera suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest for TKO

    Clay Guida suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest for TKO

    Frank Mir suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest for TKO

    Anthony Pettis suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest of left knee

    Anthony Pettis suspended indefinitely; must provide clearance by physician of left knee

    Benson Hendrson suspended for 180 days or clear x-ray and MRI of right elbow
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    How did Poirier & Koch not get fight of the night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0mega1 View Post
    How did Poirier & Koch not get fight of the night?
    Exactly what I wondered

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