The UFC 114 pay-per-view took in a gate of $3,895,125 on May 29 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, according to official figures from the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) released today.
The final attendance of 14,996 was a result of 13,294 tickets sold and 1,702 comped tickets.
A mere 14 tickets remained unsold.
The UFC dished out $1.371 million in fighter salaries for the live event and another $260,000 in additional bonus money for the four participants who delivered outstanding performances.
"Rampage vs. Evans" featured a close but still clear-cut unanimous decision win for "Sugar" Rashad Evans, who overcame the power of Quinton "Rampage" Jackson with an effective combination of wrestling and defense.
205-pound stalwart Antonio Rogerio Nogueira inched his way closer to a future title shot with a controversial split decision win over the ultra tough Jason Brilz.