UFC 130 Results: Brian Stann, Jorge Santiago Earn Fight Of The Night Honors

According to UFC President Dana White, there were 12,816 in attendance tonight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena at UFC 130: Rampage vs. Hamill. The event pulled in a gate of $2.57 million.

Fight of the Night honors went to Brian Stann and Jorge Santiago for their middleweight bout. Stann was able to score a second-round TKO stoppage over the Sengoku middleweight champion with superior stand-up and brutal punching power.

Submission of the Night went to lightweight Gleison Tibau for his second-round submission of Rafaello Oliveira. After dropping Oliveira with a right hand, Tibau took back mount and secured a fight-ending rear naked choke.

Knockout of the Night went to Travis Browne for his punishing first-round one-punch stoppage of Stefan Struve. Leaping in with a superman punch, the Hawaiian connected flush on Struve's chin, sending him crashing to the mat in the first round of their heavyweight bout.

All winners earned $70,000 for their victory.

According to UFC President Dana White, Frank Mir went to the hospital with a potential broken jaw and rib. Struve and Santiago also went to seek further medical attention.

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