UFC on Fuel TV 9 post-fight results: Pickett, Easton, McGregor, and Madadi earn $60k bonuses

Martin McNeil, SB Nation

UFC on Fuel TV 9 is in the books, now see who won the customary post-fight bonuses.

Dana White announced the post-fight bonuses for today's UFC on Fuel 9 card in Stockholm, Sweden. While the UFC had recently stated all bonuses would be $50,000 from PPV to Fuel TV, tonight's were worth $60,000, and here are the four recipients:

Fight of the Night - Brad Pickett def. Mike Easton by split decision

Knockout of the Night - Conor McGregor def. Marcus Brimage (1st round TKO via punches)

Submission of the Night - Reza Madadi def. Michael Johnson (3rd round anaconda choke)

Some stats on the bonus winners:

  • Brad Pickett has been with Zuffa since 2009 (when he fought in the WEC). This is Pickett's 5th post-fight bonus and 3rd in the UFC. Overall, he's collected 3 FOTNs, 1 KOTN, and 1 SOTN.
  • This is Mike Easton's first post-fight bonus in his five fight UFC career, but unfortunately it comes in a losing effort.
  • Conor McGregor is the first Irishman (Marcus Davis doesn't count) to win a UFC fight. He also joins Ryan Jimmo and Ben Alloway as recent KOTN winners in their respective UFC debuts.
  • Reza Madadi earns his first post-fight bonus whilst notching his second UFC win.

There were plenty of finishes and action packed fights today. Do you agree or disagree with the decisions?

SBN coverage of UFC on Fuel TV 9

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