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    UFC 165 'OTN' perfomance bonuses
    http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/news...mance-bonuses/
    $50,000 'of the Night' performance bonuses.

    Knockout of the Night
    Renan Barao (over Eddie Wineland via spin kick at :35 of round 2)



    Submission of the Night
    Mitch Gagnon (over Dustin Kimura via Guillotine at 4:05 of round 1)

    Fight of the Night
    Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson (unanimous decision - 48-47, 48-47, 49-46)



    UFC 165 draws reported 15,504 attendance for $1.9 million live gate
    http://www.mmajunkie.com/news/2013/0...lion-live-gate
    Saturday night's UFC 165 event drew an announced attendance of 15,504 and a live gate of $1.9 million.
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    Only around 15K attendance? Geeze, attendance really dropping in TO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VimyRidge View Post
    Only around 15K attendance? Geeze, attendance really dropping in TO.
    they come too often honestly, and jones vs a guy most people have never heard of isnt much of a draw. especially cause i think this is the third time hes been up here (i think?), they need to switch up who fights where a bit better.

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    Yeah, I'm convinced most Toronto MMA fans have seen enough of him before this fight. Gus got robbed and Jones doesn't need to come back to Canada and fight again, we just don't really like him I guess aha
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    Quote Originally Posted by VimyRidge View Post
    Only around 15K attendance? Geeze, attendance really dropping in TO.
    As others have said they've been up there alot of late and the ticket prices are pretty steep

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    Jones doesn't need to come back to Canada and fight again, we just don't really like him I guess aha
    Normally he gets much much much more booed than yesterday.
    Not only brazilians can do this stuff


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    30 post-event facts about 'UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson'

    http://www.mmajunkie.com/news/2013/0...-vs-gustafsson

    GENERAL


    
Jones, Gustafsson, Renan Barao and Mitch Gagnon earned $50,000 UFC 165 fight-night bonuses. 


    
UFC 165 drew an announced attendance of 15,504 for a live gate of $1.9 million. 


    Betting favorites went 8-5 on the card.

    
Total fight time for the 13-bout card was 2:30:32. 


    Canadian fighters went 3-5 against foreign opponents at UFC 165, bringing their overall record to 47-40 at events on Canadian soil.

    MAIN CARD

    Jones' sixth consecutive UFC title defense ranks third all-time in UFC history. Welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre is second with eight while Anderson Silva leads the category with 10.

    Jones earned his 13th UFC light heavyweight victory, tying Chuck Liddell for the most 205-pound wins in modern history. 


    Jones 10-fight UFC winning streak is the fourth longest in organizational history. Royce Gracie and St-Pierre are tied for second with 11 consecutive wins while Anderson Silva leads the category at 16 wins. 


    Jones' seven wins in UFC championship fights are the fifth-most ever. Matt Hughes and Randy Couture are tied for second at nine while Silva and St-Pierre lead the category with 11.

    Jones' 134 significant strikes landed were the second most ever in a UFC light heavyweight fight. Cyrille Diabate, who landed 146 significant strikes against Steve Cantwell at UFC on Versus 3, holds the record.

    Jones was taken down for the first time in his 20-fight MMA career. 


    Gustafsson was defeated by decision for the first time in his 17-fight career.

    Barao (31-1 MMA, 6-0 UFC) is the first fighter in UFC history to defend an interim championship twice. 


    Barao became the third man in UFC history to earn a knockout via spinning back kick. Dennis Siver and David Loiseau are the only others to accomplish the feat; however, Barao is the first to finish a fight with the strike to the head.

    Barao's six-fight UFC winning streak is the longest in the bantamweight division. He also became the first bantamweight in UFC history to achieve six victories. 


    Barao's 21-fight MMA winning streak is tied for the longest among active UFC fighters. 


    Barao earned the first knockout victory of his UFC/WEC career and his first in MMA competition since Aug. 13, 2009 – a span of 1,500 days (four-plus years) and 12 fights. 


    Barao earned his fifth finish in UFC/WEC competition, which is second only to Brian Bowles, who owns six.

    Eddie Wineland (20-9-1 MMA, 2-3 UFC) suffered the first true knockout loss of his 30-fight career. The other KO loss on his resume was the result of an in-fight injury.

    Brendan Schaub (10-3 MMA, 6-3 UFC) earned the first submission victory of his 13-fight career. Schaub's D'arce choke victory is the only submission of its kind in UFC heavyweight history.

    Matt Mitrione (6-3 MMA, 6-3 UFC) was submitted for the first time in his nine-fight career. "Meathead" has lost three of his past four UFC fights. 


    Francis Carmont (22-7 MMA, 6-0 UFC) tied champion Chris Weidman for the longest UFC winning streak in the middleweight division (six).

    Khabib Nurmagomedov (21-0 MMA, 5-0 UFC) tied T.J. Grant and Rafael dos Anjos for the longest active UFC winning streak in the lightweight division with five. 


    Nurmagomedov's 21-fight MMA winning streak is tied with Barao for the longest among active UFC fighters. 


    
Pat Healy (29-17 MMA, 0-2 UFC) had his seven-fight, three-year undefeated streak snapped. 


    PRELIMINARY CARD

    
Myles Jury's (13-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC) four-fight UFC winning streak is tied with champion Anthony Pettis for the second longest active streak in the 155-pound weight class.

    Mike Ricci (8-4 MMA, 1-2 UFC) has alternated between losses and wins in his past eight bouts. 


    Wilson Reis' (17-4 MMA, 1-0 UFC) five-fight MMA winning streak is his longest since 2008.

    Chris Clements (11-5 MMA, 1-1 UFC) was knocked out for the first time since Aug. 2, 2007 – a span of 2,242 days and 10 fights.

    Mitch Gagnon (10-2 MMA, 2-1 UFC) has finished his opponent by submission in all 10 of his career victories. 


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    Jones, Gustafsson medically suspended up to 60 days
    http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/news...up-to-60-days/
    Jon Jones: Suspended 60 days. Requires CT scan and X-ray prior to return.
    Alexander Gustafsson: Suspended 60 days. Requires CT scan prior to return.
    Eddie Wineland: Suspended 60 days. Requires CT scan prior to return.
    Matthew Mitrione: Suspended 30 days. Requires CT scan prior to return.
    Mike Ricci: Suspended 30 days. Requires X-ray prior to return.
    Chris Clements: Suspended 60 days. Requires CT scan prior to return.
    Renee Forte: Suspended 60 days. Requires CT scan prior to return.
    Nandor Guelmino: Suspended 60 days. Requires CT scan prior to return.

    Remaining 18 fighters were suspended for 14 days.

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