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    UFC 167 draws reported 14,856 attendance for $5.7 million live gate
    http://mmajunkie.com/2013/11/17/ufc-...ion-live-gate/
    Saturday night’s UFC 167 event drew an announced attendance of 14,856 and a live gate of $5.7 million.


    Georges St. Pierre post-fight retirement (for now) speech after grueling Johny Hendricks victory
    http://www.mmamania.com/2013/11/17/5...-hendricks-mma
    Here is the full transcription of his UFC 167 post-fight speech with Joe Rogan:

    "Everyone, there was a lot of talk about what was going to happen [after this fight]. I have a bunch of stuff happening and I need to hang up my gloves for a little bit. I hope my fans can appreciate [the decision]. Thank you to everyone , UFC and Johny Hendricks. I have to go away for a little bit … there are some personal things happening. I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to the UFC for giving me this chance. Thank you very much. I have to step away for a bit … that's all I can say [for now]. I was getting punched in the head a little, later on I will make [my point]. I got to go away for a little but, I'm very emotional right now."





    http://fiveouncesofpain.com/2013/11/...icks-decision/

    Tim Kennedy had one of the more humorous posts saying “One guy looks like he got run over by a big rig and the other guy looks like he went for a run. Bad decision”
    Carlos Condit, who held the interim title and lost to GSP and Hendricks, stated, “W T F…. Worst decision EVER.”
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    Tim Kennedy had one of the more humorous posts saying “One guy looks like he got run over by a big rig and the other guy looks like he went for a run. Bad decision”
    He did get run over by a Big Rig, Johny "Big Rig" Hendricks.
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    http://mmajunkie.com/2013/11/17/45-p...-vs-hendricks/
    45 post-event facts about ‘UFC 167: St-Pierre vs. Hendricks’
    St-Pierre, Hendricks, Tyron Woodley and Donald Cerrone earned $50,000 UFC 167 fight-night bonuses.

    UFC 167 drew an announced attendance of 14,856 for a live gate of $5.7 million.

    Betting favorites went 10-2 on the card.

    Total fight time for the 12-bout card was 2:33:54.

    MAIN CARD

    St-Pierre earned his 19th career UFC victory, the most of any fighter in organizational history.

    St-Pierre extended his UFC winning streak to 12 straight fights, the longest active streak of any fighter on the roster.

    St-Pierre’s 12-fight UFC winning streak is the second longest of any fighter in UFC history behind Anderson Silva, who at one point won 16 straight contests.

    St-Pierre earned his 12th victory in a UFC championship fight, the most of any fighter in history.

    St-Pierre added to his record for most consecutive welterweight title defenses with his ninth in a row.

    St-Pierre passed B.J. Penn for the most total fight time in UFC history with 5:28:12 inside the octagon.

    St-Pierre has won seven consecutive fights by decision for a total of 175 minutes of fighting without a stoppage.

    St-Pierre fought a to decision for the 12th time in his UFC career, the second most of any fighter in history behind Jon Fitch and Sam Stout (13). His 12 decision victories are a UFC record, and St-Pierre has never lost a fight decided by the judges.

    St-Pierre completed three takedowns in the fight, giving him a total of 87 in his UFC career, an all-time company record.

    St-Pierre added to his tally for most total strikes landed in UFC history and has now landed a total of 2,523.

    St-Pierre added to his tally for most significant strikes landed in UFC history and has now landed a total of 1,254.

    St-Pierre absorbed 85 significant strikes in the fight, the most he has ever absorbed in a UFC bout.

    Hendricks has been defeated by decision in both of his career losses.

    Hendricks landed 142 total strikes in the main event, which were 17 more than his opponent.

    Hendricks has earned a post-fight bonus in five of his past seven UFC bouts for a total of $300,000.

    Rashad Evans‘ (19-3-1 MMA, 14-3-1 UFC) 13 UFC light heavyweight victories are tied with Jon Jones and Chuck Liddell for the most in UFC history.

    Evans’ six knockout victories are the second most in UFC light heavyweight history behind Chuck Liddell (nine).

    Evans earned a first-round stoppage victory for the first time since June 2004.

    Evans’ 14 UFC victories are tied with Michael Bisping for the most by a winner of “The Ultimate Fighter” reality show.

    Evans’ 50 takedowns landed in his UFC career are the most in light heavyweight history.

    Evans’ 4:00:55 of total fight time is the seventh most of any fighter in UFC history.

    Chael Sonnen (28-14-1 MMA, 7-7 UFC) has been finished by knockout or submission in 13 of his 14 professional defeats.

    Robbie Lawler (22-9 MMA, 7-3 UFC) is on his first three-fight winning streak since 2006-2007.

    Lawler improved to 3-0 since returning to the UFC earlier this year.

    Lawler earned just the third decision victory of his 32-fight career and first since Nov. 21, 2003 – a span of 3,648 days (nearly 10 years) and 23 fights.

    Rory MacDonald (15-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) was defeated by decision for the first time in his 17-fight career.

    Josh Koscheck(17-8 MMA, 15-8 UFC) has been knocked out in back-to-back fights and has lost three straight bouts overall.

    Ali Bagautinov (12-2 MMA, 2-0 UFC) extended his MMA winning streak to 10 consecutive fights.

    Tim Elliott (10-4-1 MMA, 2-2 UFC) has fought to a decision in all four of his UFC bouts.

    PRELIMINARY CARDCerrone’s (21-6 MMA, 8-3 UFC) seven submission victories in UFC/WEC lightweight competition are tied with Kenny Florian and Joe Lauzon for the second most in history. Nate Diaz leads the category with 10 submission wins.

    Cerrone earned the 12th post-fight bonus of his combined UFC/WEC career. He has earned a total of $505,000 from those bonuses.

    Evan Dunham (14-5 MMA, 7-5 UFC) was submitted for the first time in his 19-fight career.

    Thales Leites (22-4 MMA, 7-3 UFC) improved to 2-0 since returning to the UFC earlier this year.

    Leites is on his first five-fight winning streak since 2007-2008.

    Ed Herman (21-10 MMA, 8-6 UFC) lost a fight by decision for the first time since Sept. 17, 2008 – a span of 1,866 days (more than five years) and nine fights.

    Rick Story (16-7 MMA, 9-5 UFC) has alternated between losses and wins in his past seven UFC fights.

    Story’s 71 significant strikes landed gave him a total of 589 in his UFC career, the fifth most in welterweight history.

    Brian Ebersole (50-16-1 MMA, 4-2 UFC) has lost consecutive bouts for the first time in his 68-fight career.

    Erik Perez‘s (14-5 MMA, 4-1 UFC) seven takedowns landed were tied for the fourth most in a single UFC/WEC bantamweight contest.

    Edwin Figueroa (9-4 MMA, 2-4 UFC) is on a career-worst three-fight losing streak.

    Anthony Lapsley (22-6 MMA, 0-1 UFC) was defeated by decision for the first time since March 9, 2007 – a span of 2,444 days (nearly seven years) and 23 fights.

    Sergio Pettis (10-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) improved to 4-0 in MMA competition in 2013.

    Will Campuzano (13-5 MMA, 0-3 UFC) fell to 1-5 in his combined UFC/WEC careers.

    Cody Donovan (8-4 MMA, 1-2 UFC) has been knocked out in all four of his career defeats.


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    UFC 167 medical suspensions: Johny Hendricks potentially out six months
    ://www.mmafighting.com/2013/11/18/5119834/ufc-167-medical-suspensions-johny-hendricks-potentially-out-six-months
    A complete list of UFC 167 medical suspensions can be seen below.

    Johny Hendricks: Must have orthopedic clearance on right knee or no contest until 05/17/14; minimum suspension no contest until 12/17/13, no contact until 12/08/13
    Ali Bagautinov: Must have orthopedic clearance on left foot or no contest until 05/17/14; minimum suspension no contest until 12/17/13, no contact until 12/08/13
    Gian Villante: Must have orthopedic clearance on both hands or no contest until 05/17/14
    Cody Donovan: Must have right hand x-rayed and cleared by an orthopedic doctor or no contest until 05/17/14; minimum suspension no contest until 12/17/13, no contact until 12/08/13
    Georges St-Pierre: Suspended until 01/01/14; no contact until 12/17/13
    Chael Sonnen: Suspended until 01/01/14; no contact until 12/17/13
    Josh Koscheck: Suspended until 01/01/14; no contact until 12/17/13
    Evan Dunham: Suspended until 01/01/14; no contact until 12/17/13 due to left eyebrow laceration
    Rick Story: Suspended until 01/01/14; no contact until 12/17/13 due to left eyebrow laceration
    Rory MacDonald: Suspended until 12/17/13; no contact until 12/08/13
    Erik Perez: Suspended until 12/17/13; no contact until 12/08/13 due to laceration on bridge of nose
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    UFC 167 drug tests come back clean for all fighters on card
    http://mmajunkie.com/2013/11/22/ufc-...hters-on-card/
    The Nevada State Athletic Commission on Friday announced that drug tests were performed for all fighters at UFC 167, and the results came back negative.

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    Any word on how many PPVs it sold?

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