The Ultimate Figher (TUF) 14 Finale, which took place at The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Dec. 3, 2011, tallied a live gate of $452,700, according to official figures from the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) released earlier today.
The final paid attendance of 1,909 was the result of 1,348 tickets sold and 561 complimentary tickets, while 233 seats remained empty.
TUF 14 Finale featured a main event between opposing coaches, Michael Bisping vs. Jason Miller, who appeared on the most recent (and last) season of the mixed martial arts (MMA) reality series on Spike TV. "The Count" mauled a listless "Mayhem" for two rounds until the referee mercifully called of Bisping and awarded him a lopsided technical knockout victory.
That's not all.
Diego Brandao defeated Dennis Bermudez via first round submission (armbar) in a crazy classic to become TUF 14 featherweight winner, while John Dodson blasted T.J. Dillashaw, also in the opening frame, to emerge as TUF 14 bantamweight champion.