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    Default UFC Fight Night 30: Bonuses & Post Fight Extras

    UFC Fight Night 30 post-event bonuses: Machida, Barnatt, Craig, and Musoke pick up $50,000 awards
    UFC Fight Night 30 is in the books, and the post-fight bonuses have been handed out. Dana White confirmed the following recipients of the $50,000 awards:

    Knockout of the Night: Lyoto Machida def. Mark Munoz by 1st round head kick.
    Submission of the Night: Nicholas Musoke def. Alessio Sakara by 1st round armbar.
    Fight of the Night: Luke Barnatt vs. Andrew Craig (Barnatt def. Craig by 2nd round submission)

    Dana White Likes Lyoto Machida vs. Vitor Belfort At Middleweight
    Read more at http://www.bjpenn.com/dana-white-lik...wwGrbeoUwcs.99
    At the UFC Fight Night 30 post fight press conference, Dana White stated that he loves the idea of Lyoto Machida going up against Vitor Belfort next.
    Lyoto Machida Feels Michael Bisping Would Be “Great Fight” After Defeating Mark Munoz
    “Bisping is a great fight for me next,” said Machida, on the post-fight show. “If he accepted it, that’d be great."

    UFC Fight Night 30: Lyoto Machida vs. Mark Munoz full fight video highlights

    John Lineker leaning towards staying at flyweight, confirms he'll be working with Mike Dolce

    UFC Fight Night 30 Numbers: Bonuses, Gate, Attendance Figures
    The attendance was announced at 10,355 for a live gate of $1.5 million.
    Last edited by Cat--Smasher; 10-26-2013 at 11:36 PM.

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    Bisping would be a great fight for Lyoto next, its high profile, low risk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GL Jeff View Post
    Bisping would be a great fight for Lyoto next, its high profile, low risk.

    I dont think Bisping can afford to suffer another highlight reel knockout.

    30 post-event facts about 'UFC Fight Night 30: Machida vs. Munoz'


    Machida, Luke Barnatt and Nicholas Musoke earned $50,000 UFC Fight Night 30 fight-night bonuses.

    UFC Fight Night 30 drew an announced attendance of 10,355 for a live gate of $1.5 million.

    Betting favorites went 8-3 on the card.

    Total fight time for the 12-bout card was 1:39:32.

    In the 13 events the UFC has held in England, fighters from the country are 38-28 with one no-contest against foreign opponents. English fighters went 3-3 at UFC Fight Night 30.


    ross-pearson-13.jpgMachida became the fifth fighter in UFC history to earn a second knockout stemming from a kick to the head (Belfort, Yves Edwards, Anthony Johnson, Paul Taylor).

    Machida's knockdown of Munoz was the 12th in his UFC career, which is fourth all-time in history behind Melvin Guillard (13), Chuck Liddell (14) and Anderson Silva (17).

    Machida's knockout at 3:10 of Round 1 was the fastest stoppage victory of his UFC career.

    Munoz is the fifth fighter in UFC history to record zero strikes landed in a main event fight. The 35-year-old was 0-3 in total strikes.

    Munoz has been knocked out in three of his four career defeats.

    Guillard (31-12-2 MMA, 12-8 UFC) vs. Ross Pearson (15-6 MMA, 7-3 UFC) was the UFC's first no-contest since Abel Trujillo vs. Roger Bowling at UFC Fight Night 27.

    Guillard vs. Pearson was the 21st fight in UFC history be declared a no-contest.

    Guillard and Pearson will have a rematch of their co-main event at a UFC European Tour event on March 8 in London.

    Jimi Manuwa (14-0 MMA, 3-0 UFC) remained undefeated with all of his career victories coming by knockout. Manuwa's UFC victories have come via injury stoppage, doctor's stoppage and retirement.

    Ryan Jimmo (18-3 MMA, 2-2 UFC) was knocked out for the first time since Feb. 3, 2007 – a span of 2,457 days (more than 6.5 years) and 20 fights.

    Norman Parke (19-2 MMA, 3-0 UFC) is the first winner of "The Ultimate Fighter" reality show to start his UFC career with a 3-0 record since Rony Jason ("TUF: Brazil 1"). Parke has earned all three of his UFC victories by decision.

    Alessio Sakara (15-11 MMA, 6-8 UFC) extended his career-worst losing streak to four fights.

    Sakara was submitted for the first time since May 27, 2006 - a span of 2,709 days (nearly 7.5 years) and 12 fights.

    Phil Harris (22-11 MMA, 1-2 UFC) was knocked out for the first time since Nov. 24, 2007 – a span of 2,163 days (nearly six years) and eight fights.

    John Lineker (23-6 MMA, 4-1 UFC) has won three straight UFC fights by knockout.

    Lineker's knockout of Phil Harris at 2:51 of Round 1 was the fastest knockout in UFC flyweight history.


    john-lineker-3.jpgAl Iaquinta (7-2-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) earned his second short-notice UFC victory in a 56-day span.

    Piotr Hallmann (14-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) suffered a decision loss for the first time in his 16-fight career.

    Jessica Andrade (10-3 MMA, 1-1 UFC) earned the first 10-8 round in a women's UFC bout that went to a decision. Andrade was awarded one 10-8 round by two of the three judges in her decision win over Rosi Sexton (13-4 MMA, 0-2 UFC).

    Andrade landed 206 significant strikes (215 total strikes) against Sexton, a single fight women's bantamweight record.

    Andrade and Sexton combined for 294 significant strikes landed, breaking the previous divisional record of 152 set by Jessica Eye and Sarah Kaufman at earlier this month at UFC 166.

    Cole Miller (20-8 MMA, 9-6 UFC) won a fight by decision for the first time since Sept. 19, 2007 – a span of 2,229 days (more than six years) and 14 fights.

    Jimy Hettes' (11-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) 18 completed takedowns in his UFC career are the most in featherweight history.

    Robert Whiteford (10-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) was submitted for the first time in his 12-fight career.

    Brad Scott (9-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) earned the first standing submission victory in the UFC since Urijah Faber defeated Ivan Menjivar at UFC 157 in February.

    UFC Fight Night 30 results: Winners and Losers

    Lyoto Machida - It shouldn't be a surprise that the main event had the most riding on this show. But Machida delivered with the UFC brass wanted to see. After a series of disappointing performances at Light Heavyweight, The Dragon kicked off his Middleweight career with a first round knock out. Now, as we saw with the UFC post-fight show, the promotion is already talking about him as a contender.

    Melvin Guillard - The official books will show the fight ending in a No Contest but, Guillard won that fight. He punished Pearson from the opening bell and looked like "the old" Melvin. Having gone 2-4 in his last 6 fights, Guillard was in a do or die position. He looked good through the 2 minute fight, and now he's guaranteed another chance next spring.

    Luke Barnatt - Craig was a 2-1 favorite going into this Middleweight bout, but Barnatt rose to occasion in front of the hometown crowd. He rocked Craig in the first and finished in the second. He got a huge pop from the home crowd and disposed of an up-and-coming prospect.

    Jessica Andrade - Andrade made her UFC debut against a former contender in a fight most expected her to lose. Again in her second UFC fight, she was matched against a well known veteran, but this time she rose to the occasion. Throughout their 15 minute bout, Andrade completely dominated Sexton to the point where many fans were calling for Rosi's corner to throw in the towel. This win puts Andrade toward the top of a very thin women's Bantamweight roster where one or two more could men a title shot.

    Cole Miller - Last year, Miller dropped down to the Featherweight division. Prior to last night he'd 1-3 in the 145 lb division. A loss at Fight Night 30 would have probably ended his UFC career. Instead, Miller out worked Ogly with his BJJ background to take the unanimous decision.


    Mark Munoz - Munoz suffered the most devastating loss of his career last year at UFC on Fuel TV 4 when he was knocked out by Chris Weidman in the second round of their fight. By Munoz own admission, he went into a depression before returning with a dominant performance over Tim Boetsch at UFC 162. A win over Machida would have given him a strong argument for contendership, but now he's back to the drawing board.

    Alessio Sakara - Sakara has been a UFC fighter longer than Anderson Silva. He's never been a contender bout found a niche as a game opponent ready to trade blows with anyone. But, his performance against Nicholas Musoke, Sakara can no longer hang with even the lower tier of the UFC. He's now lost four in a row and he should and probably will get a pink slip now.

    Michael Kuiper - His fight with Brad Scott had all the appearances of a "Loser Leaves Town" match from the beginning and the result didn't do enough for Kuiper to hold his roster slot. He was finished in the first round and most likely lost his spot on the UFC roster.

    Rosi Sexton - Sexton came in as one of the more recognizable names in WMMA. But, once the fighting started it was all Andrade. Jessica blitzed Rosi with an early flurry and never let up. Throughout the second round Andrade was beating Sexton to the point commentator Joe Rogan was pleading for a corner stoppage. the stoppage never came and Sexton saw the final bell without delivering any more significant offense. Sexton never looked like she could compete at Andrade's level and in a thin division there's not a lot of room for her to drop.
    Last edited by Cat--Smasher; 10-27-2013 at 03:57 PM.

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    [QUOTE=Cat--Smasher;1055003]I dont think Bisping can afford to suffer another highlight reel knockout.

    But we can afford to watch it

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    Mostly minor medical suspensions at UFN 30

    Michael Kuiper: 7 days no contact

    Bradley Scott: 7 days no contact

    Jim Hettes: 7 days no contact

    Robert Whiteford: 7 days no contact

    Cole Miller: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Andy Ogle: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Jessica Andrade: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Rosemary Sexton: 60 days no contact, 90 days no fighting

    Andrew Craig: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Luke Barnatt: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Piotr Hallman: 7 days no contact

    Al Iaquinta: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    John Lineker: 7 days no contact

    Phil Harris: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Nicholas Musoke: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Alessio Sakara: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Jonathan Tuck: 7 days no contact

    Norman Parke: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Ryan Jimmo: 7 days no contact

    Jimi Manuwa: 180 days no fighting, needs x-ray and ultrasound

    Melvin Guillard: 7 days no contact

    Ross Pearson: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Mark Munoz: 21 days no contact, 30 days no fighting

    Lyoto Machida: 7 days no contact

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