Tune in to the UFC 267 Post Fight Press Conference video above, courtesy of the official UFC Youtube channel.
When the UFC 267 fight card is finished, the post-fight press conference is the last piece of business for the fighters and media.
UFC officials will announce the winners of the “Fight of the Night” and “Performance of the Night” bonuses, and the victorious fighters will face the media after their bouts. Bonus winners will take home an additional 50k, on top of their fight purse.
The UFC 267 post-fight press conference will take place approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of the main event, which means it will begin around 5:00 PM EST.
Performance of the Night bonuses are usually awarded to fighters who finish their opponents, or who put on a highly dominant performance. UFC 267 has seen 3 finishes in total, with 2 knockouts and 1 submission.
Performance of the night contenders
Michal Oleksiejczuk DEF. Shamil Gamzatov by knockout in round 1
Oleksiejczuk came in as the slight favorite and finished Gamzatov at 3:31 in round 1. A $105 bet on Oleksiejczuk would have netted $100.
Lerone Murphy DEF. Makwan Amirkhani by knockout in round 2
Murphy came in as the moderate favorite and finished Amirkhani at 0:14 in round 2. A $250 bet on Murphy would have netted $100.
Glover Teixeira DEF. Jan Blachowicz by submission in round 2
Teixeira pulled off a betting upset, coming in as a moderate +215 underdog. Teixeira got the rear-naked choke finish over Blachowicz at 3:02 in round 2. Gamblers who placed a $100 bet on Teixeira would have netted $215.
Islam Makhachev DEF. Dan Hooker by submission in round 1
Makhachev came in as the heavy favorite and finished Hooker at 2:25 in round 1. A $435 bet on Makhachev would have netted $100.
Khamzat Chimaev DEF. Jingliang Li by submission in round 1
Chimaev came in as the heavy favorite and finished Li at 3:16 in round 1. A $410 bet on Chimaev would have netted $100.
Andre Petroski DEF. Yaozong Hu by submission in round 3
Petroski came in as the moderate favorite and finished Hu at 4:46 in round 3. A $225 bet on Petroski would have netted $100.