UFC Fight Night’s $300,000 men

After a mind-blowing

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guillotine submission finish by light heavyweight Chael Sonnen on

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Sports 1, UFC president Dana White held court at the

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Garden to divvy out $50K bonuses for jobs well done.

UFC Fight Night’s results were packed with so many exciting

moments, White announced that the UFC would award six, not four,

$50,000 post-fight bonuses.

Never one to rest on his laurels, Sonnen returned to the set of

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Tonight last night to resume his co-hosting duties alongside

Kenny Florian. In the show’s ‘Bonus Round’ segment, the duo

dissected the six bonuses divvied out in Boston.

Sonnen scored Submission Of The Night for his first-round

guillotine win over Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua; McDonald also picked up

a sub bonus for his triangle-armbar of Brad Pickett.

Travis Browne and Matt Brown both earned KO Of The Night bonuses

for their first-round finishes: Browne for the front-kick comeback

that pancaked Alistair Overeem; Brown after plowing through former

training partner Mike Pyle in just 29 seconds.

‘Mayday’ nabbed a second bonus check for Fight Of The Night;

Pickett has now earned seven UFC/WEC bonuses in his ten-fight

promotional career.

“And there are more coming,” White hinted.