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UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones defended his title and made $400,000 doing so Saturday at UFC 145 in Atlanta. His opponent, former champ Rashad Evans, earned $300,000 in the loss.
All fighters from Saturday’s UFC 145 card were given medical suspensions, though most were of the standard week-long precautionary variety.
Canadian welterweight Rory MacDonald, just 22, dominated Che Mills for a second-round TKO on Saturday at UFC 145. And down the road, he has his eyes on the pound-for-pound crown.
Take a look back at some of the best shots of the night from HeavyMMA shooter James Law, who was cageside for UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans.
HeavyMMA’s Duane Finley takes a look back at Saturday’s UFC 145 card, from the big winners like Jon Jones and Michael McDonald to those who suffered big falls.
UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans drew 15,545 fans to Philips Arena in Atlanta for a reported gate in excess of $2.2 million on Saturday.
Jon Jones couldn’t stop Rashad Evans the way he has past opponents, but he still dominated for five rounds for a unanimous decision win at UFC 145.
Ben Rothwell, Travis Browne, Eddie Yagin and Mark Hominick took home $65,000 bonus awards after their performances at UFC 145 on Saturday.
You can watch the UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans post-fight press conference through a live streaming player here at HeavyMMA at the conclusion of tonight’s card in Atlanta. The news conference begins at approximately 1 a.m. Eastern.
Catch all the main card action from UFC 145 in Atlanta right here at HeavyMMA with live coverage starting at 10 p.m. Eastern, including the main event between Jon Jones and Rashad Evans.