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Fight Night Stockholm: Post Fight Bonus Recap

 

Fight Night Stockholm was full of finishes and UFC President Dana White decided to hand out four performance bonuses.

Anthony Johnson was the first winner for his first-round TKO win against Alexander Gustafsson in the main event, which earned him a future title shot against UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.

Next up was Gegard Mousasi, who also had a first-round TKO win against Dan Henderson in the co-main event. Kenny Robertson pulled off an impressive first-round KO as well to take home the third performance bonus.

Finally, Makwan Amirkhani took home the final bonus for his historic TKO win against Andy Ogle on the FOX Sports 1 prelims. He finished Ogle in only eight seconds, which tied for fifth-fastest in UFC history.

All four fighters earned an extra $50k.

UFC Senior VP and General Manager of EMEA David Allen was joined on stage by six fighters: Johnson, Gustafsson, Mousasi, Henderson, Robertson, and Amirkhani.

The announced attendance was 30,000 for a gate of $3.1 million.

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