UFC On ESPN 11: Attendance, Gate, Bonuses

There were no fans inside the UFC APEX Center for UFC on ESPN 11 on June 20. As a result, there was no gate for the event in Las Vegas.

While Curtis Blaydes wrestled his way to a win, he was not a fighter that impressed UFC personnel. A veteran and a newcomer did, while a fun scrap earned the returning Fight of the Night bonus.

Fight of the Night ended up going to the co-main event of Josh Emmett v. Shane Burgos. Both fighters went to war for three rounds. Emmett, who earned his second-career performance bonus, stated after the bout that he might have blown his ACL in the first fifteen seconds of the fight. Emmett (16-2) is now on a three-fight win streak following the win while Burgos (13-2) had his three-fight win streak snapped.

The first Performance of the Night bonus went to Jim Miller. The UFC veteran, who is tied with Donald Cerrone for most bouts in UFC history (33), won his 21st fight for the promotion. Miller (32-14, 1 NC) submitted Roosevelt Roberts, who just fought a few weeks ago, in the first round. On the floor, he nailed an armbar for the quick tap. Miller is now 3-1 in his last four fights. It was Miller’s twelfth performance bonus.

The other Performance of the Night bonus went to Justin Jaynes. Making his UFC debut on short notice, Jaynes took out Franko Camacho via TKO, only needing 41 seconds to do so.

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