Posted byrevolver revolver 4 years ago from http://mmajunkie.com/

B.J. Penn and Forrest Griffin each earned $60,000 in "fight night" bonuses – while Anderson Silva took home $120,000 as a dual winner – for their performances at "UFC 101: Declaration."




system system 4 years ago
wow you are an idiot, the other guys are joking
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system system 4 years ago
Hahaha ! ^. I can't believe there is still people saying UFC has rigged fights, what amazes me the most is how they believe that after watching the slow motion replays. Besides, why would a guy that dedicates his life to fight would accept to look like a complete loser in the octagon, if anyone would know the story behind Griffin would understand what I'm saying. He just wasn't trained for that fight, he was not a match for the kind of fighter Silva is.. Too bad he learned it the bad way...
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system system 4 years ago
lol, why would they make a white, american fighter who is one of the most popular fighters in the ufc to lose against a black, brazillian fighter..... where is the commercial sense....... wouldn't you want to make forrest win....... damn dana white and his twisted conspiracies.
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system system 4 years ago
fight night bonuses?!? for Griffin? Are you kidding me?! that proves it.. he took a dive for silva. good job dana. . way to try and make silva your fedor. . everyone knows that fight was bs.
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