UFC Vegas 86: Dan Ige Earns $50,000 Knockout Bonus Living Up to Nickname

Dan Ige, also known as “50K,” won his fourth post-fight bonus of his UFC career, earning an extra $50,000 for his first-round knockout of Andre Fili in UFC Vegas 86’s co-main event.

Dan Ige? Yeah, he’s earned that nickname.

He’s known in the MMA world as “50K”. And man, did he live up to it this past Saturday.

It was UFC Vegas 86’s co-main event. Ige was up against Andre Fili. It was a monster first-round knockout.

And guess what? He cashed his fourth post-fight bonus. An extra $50,000 for his performance.

His record? It’s now 3-1 over his last four UFC bouts. Not too shabby, huh?

But Ige wasn’t the only star that night. There were four Performance of the Night winners.

Rodolfo Vieira, Carlos Prates, and Bogdan Guskov. They all joined Ige in the winner’s circle. Each pocketing a cool $50,000 bonus.

Vieira kicked off the main card. He took down Armen Petrosyan with a first-round submission.

Prates and Guskov? They were on the undercard. But they both scored some serious knockouts. Trevin Giles and Zac Pauga didn’t stand a chance.

UFC Vegas 86? It went down on Feb. 10. The venue was the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

The main event? Middleweight veteran Jack Hermasson. It was a nail-biter. He pulled off a come-from-behind win over Joe Pyfer.

And that, my friends, is how it all went down.


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