UFC 195: Post-fight bonus recap

Fight Of The Night: Robbie Lawler vs. Carlos Condit

Performance Bonuses: Stipe Miocic and Michael McDonald

• The five-round war in the main event between champion Robbie Lawler and challenger Carlos Condit took home top fight honors. Lawler landed 44% of his significant strikes (78/177) with Condit landing 39% (196/502)

• Stipe Miocic’s victory in less than a minute over former heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski got one of the two performance bonuses tonight

• Michael “Mayday” McDonald’s submission victory in his return to the Octagon after a 749-day injury layoff earned the second performance bonus at UFC 195

• All four fighters earn $50k for their efforts tonight

More from UFC 195: Miss the fights? Order the UFC 195 replay | Dana White’s UFC 195 verdict | Final results | Post-fight bonus recap | Lawler defends title | Miocic wins quickly, Tumenov and Ortega take longer in main card | ’Mayday’ triumphant in return | Poirier, Tanaka go distance for wins | Watch Backstage interviews: Robbie Lawler, Carlos Condit: ‘I might be done’, Stipe Miocic, Albert Tumenov, Brian Ortega, Abel Trujillo, Michael McDonald | Watch Octagon interviews: Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit, Stipe Miocic, Dustin Poirier | Watch: Post-fight press conference highlights | Picture perfect: Best snaps from UFC 195


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