|Event:||UFC 220: Miocic vs. Ngannou|
|Date:||Sat., Jan. 20, 2018|
UFC 220 is officially in the books. ‘Miocic vs. Ngannou’-led card took place at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, 5 years ago. The eleven-fight-event featured some nice scraps and a several of nice finishes, punctuated by Stipe Miocic’s Decision (Unanimous) victory over Francis Ngannou. In the co-main event, Daniel Cormier defeated Volkan Oezdemir in round 2 by TKO (Punches).
UFC 220 bonus awards
Traditionally, UFC has handed out bonuses for Fight of the Night, Submission of the Night, and Knockout of the Night. The bonuses ranged from $20,000 up to $120,000. In 2014, the promotion has announced the Performance of the Night bonuses will replace the existing Knockout and Submission of the Night awards. The bonuses will be $50,000 each. There are two types of awards:
- Fight of the Night is awarded to both fighters in the best fight of the night.
- Performance of the Night is awarded to fighters who put on the best individual performance.
Let’s take a closer look at the official UFC 220 bonus winners below:
There were eleven fights at UFC 220: Miocic vs. Ngannou, only four athletes received the bonuses. The Performance of the Night bonus went to Daniel Cormier and Abdul Razak Alhassan, who will be leaving the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts with an extra $50,000. Calvin Kattar Vs. Shane Burgos was awarded the Fight of the Night.
Did you know: The first knockout, submission, and fight of the night bonuses were awarded at UFC 70 in 2007.
UFC 220 fighter payouts
The salaries below are not official, but only an estimate. These payouts do not reflect the entire compensation for the event, as athletes may receive money from other undisclosed endorsements, Reebok sponsorship pay, and PPV points that some top-level fighters collect. Moreover, deductions for items such as insurance and licenses are not accounted for.
The list of fighter pay from UFC 220:
The total disclosed payroll for UFC 220 event is PENDING.
UFC 220 attendance and gate
There were 16,015 fans inside the TD Garden for UFC 220 on January 20. The reported gate for the event is: $2,450,000. The buyrate and viewership data is: N/A.