Fedor Emelianenko file photo: Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com
In defeat, Emelianenko earned a reported $400,000 to top the Strikeforce/M-1 Global card at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif. The payouts are disclosed pay only and do not include other income fighters may earn.
The CSAC also reported an attendance for the event of 11,757 for a gross gate of $1,066,739.
Five fighters received medical suspensions. Jan Finney, who was gutsy in a punishing loss to Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos, was suspended for 180 days or until a physician clears her due to an orbital fracture. She was also suspended for 60 days without contact due to left and right facial lacerations and 45 days (30 without contact) for her KO loss.
Scott Smith, who was defeated by Cung Le, was suspended 60 days without contact or until a physician clears him due to a left facial laceration and also 45 days (30 without contact) following his knockout loss.
Note: These numbers are disclosed pay only. They do not include additional income or percentages of other revenue.view original article >>
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