Patrick Barry scored an extra $120,000 on Saturday, earning two $60,000 “Fight Night” bonuses for his second-round knockout of Antoni Hardonk at “UFC 104: Machida vs. Shogun” at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Hardonk and Stefan Struve also picked up $60,000 bonuses for their showings at last night’s pay-per-view event.
UFC President Dana White announced the bonuses at the UFC 104 post-fight press conference.
Struve earned “Submission of the Night” honors for his slick triangle choke of newcomer Chase Gormley in the first bout of the night, nabbing the choke from the top before rolling to his back to finish the submission with 56-seconds remaining in the opening round.
“Knockout of the Night” would have been awarded to Anthony Johnson for his 41-second thrashing of Yoshiyuki Yoshida, but Johnson’s failure to make weight ruled him ineligible and allowed Barry to win the award. After an exciting first frame, Barry settled in and blasted Hardonk with combinations, eventually dropping him to the canvas where he was quickly finished with a pair of heavy hands.
Barry and Hardonk were awarded “Fight of the Night” for their Spike TV-televised scrap.
Pictured: Patrick Barry