The UFC 125 pay-per-view took in a gate of $2,174,780 on Jan. 1 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, according to official figures from the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) released earlier today.
The final attendance of 12,874 was a result of 6,978 tickets sold and 5,896 comped tickets.
A hefty 1,077 tickets remained unsold.
"Resolution" featured a main event between Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard, who battled to a five round draw for the UFC lightweight title. Middleweight stalwart Brian Stann answered the call of power-punching Chris Leben in the night's co-main event, stopping "The Crippler" via technical knockout (strikes) in the opening frame.
The UFC dished out $872,000 in fighter salaries for the live event and another $240,000 in additional bonus money to the four participants who delivered outstanding performances.
If you were too hung over to catch the New Year's Day event or just wanted to save your extra scratch for UFC 126, here's a little taste of what you missed: