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LOS ANGELES – Preliminary-card fighters swept the "fight night" bonuses at Saturday's UFC 104 event. Stephan Struve took home Submission of the Night honors; Patrick Barry and Antoni Hardonk won Fight of the Night. Barry took home a double award, also winning Knockout of the Night.
Each competitor earned a $60,000 bonus check with the UFC's traditional post-show bonus program, with Barry taking home a total of $120,000 in bonus pay.
In addition to the announcement of the bonus awards, Dana White also mentioned that Anthony "Rumble" Johnson "should have won Knockout of the Night" but that the fighter (pictured) wasn't eligible due to failing to make weight for his fight.