With the UFC Fight Night: Cannonier vs. Gastelum now 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 Fight Night post fight press conference will take place approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of the main event.
Performance of the night bonuses are usually awarded to fighters who finish their opponents, or who put on a highly dominant performance. UFC Fight Night saw 6 finishes in total with 3 knockouts and 3 submissions.
Performance of the night contenders
Josiane Nunes DEF. Bea Malecki by knockout in round 1
Nunes pulled off a betting upset, coming in as a slight +125 underdog for her UFC debut. Nunes got the knockout finish at 4:54 in round 1. Gamblers who placed a $100 bet on Nunes would have netted $125.
William Knight DEF. Fabio Cherant by knockout in round 1
Knight came in as the slight favorite and finished Cherant at 3:58 in round 1. A $160 bet on Knight would have netted $100.
Ignacio Bahamondes DEF. Roosevelt Roberts by knockout in round 3
Bahamondes pulled off a betting upset, coming in as a slight +135 underdog. Bahamondes got the knockout finish at 4:55 in round 3. Gamblers who placed a $100 bet on Bahamondes would have netted $135.
Saidyokub Kakhramonov DEF. Trevin Jones by submission in round 3
Kakhramonov pulled off a betting upset, coming in as a slight +135 underdog. Kakhramonov got the submission finish at 4:39 in round 3. Gamblers who placed a $100 bet on Kakhramonov would have netted $135.
Alexandre Pantoja DEF. Brandon Royval by submission in round 2
Pantoja came in as the slight favorite and finished Royval at 1:46 in round 2. A $155 bet on Pantoja would have netted $100.
Ramiz Brahimaj DEF. Sasha Palatnikov by submission in round 1
Brahimaj came in as the slight favorite and finished Palatnikov at 2:33 in round 1. A $170 bet on Brahimaj would have netted $100.