Official UFC Vegas 40 post-fight bonuses have been announced, with 4 fighters ending fight week with an additional $50,000 in their bank accounts.

Jim Miller gets Performance of the Night bonus for highlight reel knockout of Erick Gonzalez

Result: Jim Miller DEF. Erick Gonzalez by knockout in round 2

Jim Miller’s fight purse got a 50k boost after Miller was given Performance of the Night honors for his highlight reel knockout of Erick Gonzalez.

Miller only needed 2 rounds to finish Gonzalez. He got the highlight reel knockout of Erick Gonzalez at 0:14 in round 2.

Miller came in as the moderate favorite into the fight. A $265 bet on Miller would have netted $100.

Nate Landwehr gets Performance of the Night bonus for highlight reel submission of Ludovit Klein

Result: Nate Landwehr DEF. Ludovit Klein by submission in round 3

Landwehr also goes home with an extra 50k in the bank. He needed 3 rounds to finish Klein. Landwehr got the highlight reel submission of Ludovit Klein at 2:22 in round 3.

Landwehr pulled off a betting upset, coming in as a huge +300 underdog. A $100 bet on Landwehr would have netted $300.

Bruno Silva gets performance of the night bonus for highlight reel knockout of Andrew Sanchez

Result: Bruno Silva DEF. Andrew Sanchez by knockout in round 3

Bruno A. Silva also goes home with an extra 50k in the bank. He got the knockout of Andrew Sanchez at 2:35 in round 3.

Silva came in as the slight favorite. A $145 bet on Silva would have netted $100.

Danaa Batgerel gets performance of the night bonus for highlight reel knockout of Brandon Davis

Result: Danaa Batgerel DEF. Brandon Davis by knockout in round 1

Danaa Batgerel also goes home with an extra 50k in the bank. He made quick work of Davis, finishing the fight in the very first round.

Batgerel came in as the slight favorite and finished Davis at 2:01 in round 1. A $145 bet on Batgerel would have netted $100.

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