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UFC 140 Bonuses: Jones vs. Machida Is Fight of Night

Jon Jones, Lyoto Machida, Chan Sung Jung and Frank Mir each won $75,000 for post-fight honors at UFC 140 on Saturday at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

In the Fight of the Night, Jones became the first light heavyweight since Chuck Liddell to defend his belt more than once with his technical submission win over Lyoto Machida. After an uneasy first round, Jones in the second dropped Machida and then secured a sleep-inducing standing guillotine at four minutes and 26 seconds.

MirAntonio Rodrigo Nogueira

with kimura, dislocating the former interim UFC champ's shoulder in the process.

"I had a strong inclination [Nogueira] was not going to tap," Mir said. "I took a deep breath ... and you guys saw what happened."

Mir's submission was a come-from-behind win beginning with a choke escape to claim side control. Mir then quickly latched on a kimura and held the hold until Nogueira tapped. But by then, Nogueira's arm had already been bent out of position. Mir now becomes the first person to not only knock out Nogueira, but to submit him as well.

JungUFC

's official quickest knockout record in the process. Entering the fight as a heavy underdog, Jung leveled Hominick in the opening moments with a right hand and then knocked him out on the ground with punches. The official time was seven seconds.

Leonard Garcia

and on Saturday offered a seven-second KO as one of the best knockouts in this calendar year.

According to White, UFC 140 drew 18,303 in attendance for a $3.9 million gate.