UFC 120: "Bisping vs. Akiyama" from the O2 Arena in London, England, has officially wrapped, which means that it's time for those select fighters who went above and beyond in their respective fights to get a little extra grease for their efforts.
To the tune of $60,000 each.
The promotion dished out its standard post-fight monetary bonuses to 4 out of the 20 fighters on the card, and it's probably no surprise who's leaving "The Old Smoke" with a second sack of simoleons.
Carlos Condit took home "Knockout of the Night" after dropping Dan Hardy off at the corner of Left and Hook. The British bad boy talked a lot of trash heading into the Spike TV event, but in the end it was "The Natural Born Killer" who left him in a heap.
It was the second straight loss for Yoshihiro Akiyama in 2010 -- and also the second straight "Fight of the Night" bonus. "Sexyama" went three rounds with Michael Bisping in a battle for a place among the middleweight elite.
While it was Bisping for the win, don't "Count" Akiyama out of the division just yet.
In his UFC debut, Liverpool native Paul Sass unveiled his patented "Sassangle," strangling Mark Holst en route to his tenth submission win in 11 fights, which was sassy enough to secure him the "Submission of the Night" bonus.
Here are the special fight bonuses for UFC 120:
Fight of the Night - Michael Bisping vs. Yoshihiro Akiyama
Knockout of the Night - Carlos Condit
Submission of the Night - Paul Sass
Again, each fighter received $60,000 extra for their performances in addition to their respective base salaries, which we will pass along as soon as possible.