Of course, diehard fans know there is much more to be done. Often the first preliminaries – featuring fighters swinging for fences who know this may be their only chance to make a name for themselves – are just as good for a show as high-level fights highlighting the main map . But apart from some of the stories that encourage fans to connect to future fights on the map, there is one statistic that does not contain any bias: performance bonuses.
UFC Brasilia, the most recent event of the Octagon, is a perfect example. How many fans knew before the event that half of its main event was ranked second all time in the UFC performance bonuses?
It’s true, Charles Oliveira, a 10-year-old UFC veteran at 30 who has not yet fought for a title, has more bonuses (16, Donald Cerrone has 18) than Conor McGregor, Anderson Silva , Jon Jones and all the other UFC superstars.
Guess how UFC Brasilia concluded? Another Oliveira finish (its seventh consecutive) and another performance bonus. If a tag to be monitored should be used, it should be used in scenarios like this.
So the next time you read a fight card for some must-see matches, take a look at the fighter’s bonus history. In the meantime, here are some interesting facts about the history of prices.