UFC 152 Post-Fight Presser and Bonus Recap

Check below to see who took home Fight Night bonuses at UFC 152...
Nine fighters joined UFC® President Dana White at the UFC® 152 post-fight press conference - Jon Jones, Vitor Belfort, Demetrious Johnson, Michael Bisping, Cub Swanson, Joseph Benavidez, Brian Stann, Matt Hamill, and TJ Grant.

Jones took home Submission of the Night for his title-retaining performance against former champ Belfort. After surviving an early armbar attempt from the game Belfort, Jones locked in an Americana in the fourth round that forced Belfort to tap out.

Swanson earned Knockout of the Night for his first-round stoppage of Charles Oliveira. Swanson caught Oliveira with a body shot, then followed up with a right hook that sent the Brazilian crashing to the mat.

Fight of the Night was awarded to Grant and Evan Dunham for their exciting three-round war. The lightweights, known primarily for their grappling skills, spent much of the fight on their feet. After fifteen minutes of trading blows (several of which led to a large cut opening up on Dunham's forehead), Grant was declared the winner by unanimous decision.

All bonused fighters received $65,000 for their efforts.

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