UFC 250: Attendance, Gate, Bonuses

There were no fans inside the UFC APEX Center for UFC 250 on June 6. As a result, there was no gate for the event in Las Vegas, and the strikes landed could be heard from all over the arena.

On a night that saw multiple fights that had the potential for Fight of the Night, there were no bouts selected for that specific bonus.

Performance of the Night went to four individuals:

Cody Garbrandt:Β “No Love” appeared to be back in business, getting his first win sinceΒ 2016. Gargrandt (12-3) looked relaxed and collected against Raphael Assuncao, who has now lost three in a row. Like his fight against Dominick Cruz to win the UFC Bantamweight Title, Garbrandt was playing around with hand gestures. He then landed a buzzer-beater knockout shot right as the second round was about to end. The knockout was his tenth in fifteen fights.

Aljamain Sterling:Β The bantamweight star proved he is ready for a UFC Bantamweight Title opportunity. Sterling (19-3) won his fifth fight in a row with a first-round Cory Sandhagen submission win. “Funk Master” took control of “The Sandman”, who’s seven-fight win streak ended.

Sean O’Malley: “Sugar” opened up the UFC 250 main card riding a four-fight win streak with the UFC. O’Malley (12-0) looked sharp, as he was looking to fight multiple times in 2020 following multiple suspensions. He faced veteran Eddie Wineland, and ended up hitting one of the most precise knockout shots you will ever see.

Alex Perez: Ending the early prelims, Perez (24-5) ended up finishing a fight with the second leg kick finish in two weeks for the UFC. With hard strikes, he took down Jussier Formiga by tearing down his legs. Perez has now won three in a row.

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