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UFC Fight Night 71 Salaries

The basic salaries from UFC Fight Night 71 have now been released and show that Frank Mir was the only fighter earning a six figure sum on the night, taking home $200,000 after his KO victory over fellow main eventer Todd Duffee who by contrast was one of the lowest earners on the night, banking just £$12,000. Even in defeat the second highest earner on the night was still Josh...
Via Fight Of The Night
8 days ago  |  Discuss

‘UFC Fight Night: Mir vs. Duffee’ Salaries Released

The California State Athletic Commission has released the disclosed salaries for all the contestants who competed in Wednesday’s “UFC Fight Night: Mir vs. Duffee” event. Mir was by far and away the night’s biggest winner. The former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir (pictured) made a flat $200,000 salary for his knockout win over Todd Duffee in the show’s featured contest...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Mir would 'absolutely' like to fight Fedor Emelianenko

When Frank Mir's left hook connected flush with Todd Duffee's jaw on Wednesday night, the future UFC Hall of Famer added yet another name to his already impressive career resume. Mir has been fighting in the UFC since 2001 and he's faced nothing less than a legendary list of athletes throughout his career. Included among the fighters who Mir has beaten are some of the iconic names...
Via Fox Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Ferguson, Mir, Jouban and Dwyer Win Bonuses At UFC Fight Night 71

Following “UFC Fight Night: Mir vs. Duffee,” UFC president Dana White awarded Tony Ferguson (pictured), Frank Mir, Alan Jouban and Matt Dwyer each an additional $50,000 for their special performances on Saturday. UFC Fight Night 71 took place inside Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California. Fight of the Night: Alan Jouban vs. Matt Dwyer ($50,000/each) Performances...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

UFC Fight Night 71: Frank Mir Viciously KO’s Todd Duffee (Video Highlights)

Remember when Frank Mir (pictured) dropped four straight fights and everyone was wondering why he was still in the UFC? Well, the former heavyweight champion has since posted back-to-back first round knockout victories. His latest victim came Wednesday night in Todd Duffee. Duffee was the one who respectfully requested a tango with Mir, likely because he thought it would be an easy...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

UFC Fight Night 71 ‘Mir vs. Duffee’ weigh-in replay and results

All 24 fighters scheduled to compete on UFC Fight Night 71 card have officially made weight and are now ready to inflict legal bodily harm upon one another tomorrow night in San Diego. For moving picture results of the official weigh-in from earlier today check out the video above; for the written damage check out the numbers below. Main Card (FS1 – 10 p.m. ET) Heavyweight Main...
Via Fight Booth
14 days ago  |  Discuss

5 Reasons to Watch: UFC Fight Night: Mir vs. Duffee

A special Wednesday night card will take place this week as former heavyweight champion Frank Mir looks to pick up another win as he faces lightning fast finisher Todd Duffee in a five round main event from San Diego. Mir was dealing with the roughest patch of his career recently where he dropped four losses in a row and contemplated retirement. Rather than walk away completely,...
Via Fox Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd Duffee: Frank Mir isn't fighting the 23-year old kid who trained with him

It took Todd Duffee more than a few interviews and Twitter messages before Frank Mir finally started paying attention to his call outs where he was trying to score a fight with former heavyweight champion. When it started, Duffee saw Mir as the only fighter available in the top 15 rankings coming off a win and so he thought the matchup made a lot of sense. At the time Mir was targeting...
Via Fox Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

UFC Fight Night Porto Alegre Highlight: Frank Mir slays ‘Bigfoot’

Watching it live it almost looked fixed. Frank Mir hits the 6 ft 4 in giant Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva with a little jab and he drops like a sack of potatoes. Mir follows it up with some more lefts hands and right elbows and Silva is out; referee Mario Yamaskai is forced to wave off the contest. Then we saw the replay. Mir’s stand up game has never been his strong suit. During...
Via Fight Booth
February 23, 2015  |  Discuss

TVP: Mir sleeps Kongo in Memphis

Heading into his fight at UFC 169, Frank Mir finds himself in a bit of a pickle. The veteran of 22 UFC fights finds himself closer to the proverbial chopping block than he ever has in his career. Mir has spent over a decade with the UFC, and during that time he's never dropped consecutive fights, until now. Mir will enter the octagon on Saturday night looking to end a not one, not...
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January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

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