UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort Official Salaries, Injuries, Medical Suspensions, Attendance, and Live Gate

The Ontario Athletic Commission (OAC) has released the following salary figures for UFC 152: Jones vs Belfort, held Saturday, September 22nd, 2012, at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones was the top earner of the night with his $465,000 payout. UFC 152 drew 16,800 in attendance for a $1,921,000 million live gate. According to these numbers, the average paid ticket price was around $114.

The medical suspensions pertaining from the event have also been released by the Ontario Athletic Commission earlier today, with the promotions light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and preliminary fighter, Roger Hollett picking up indefinite terms on the shelf. Jones will need an x-ray on his right arm following the arm-bar slapped on him by Vitor Belfort in the first round of their four round affair. Other fighters picking up indefinite suspensions include featherweight Charles Oliveira and welterweights Simeon Thoresen and Charlie Brenneman.

The official salaries, injuries, and medical suspensions:

Jon Jones made $465,000 ($400K show + no win bonus + $65K SUB bonus) for 15:54 submission win.
-Vitor Belfort made $275,000 for 15:54 submission loss.

Demetrious Johnson made $40,000 ($20K show + $20K win bonus) for 25:00 split decision win.
-Joseph Benavidez made $21,500 for 25:00 split decision loss.

Michael Bisping made $425,000 ($275K show + $150K win bonus) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.
-Brian Stann made $23,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Matt Hamill made $64,000 ($32K show + $32K win bonus) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.
-Roger Hollett made $6,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Cub Swanson made $95,000 ($15K show + $15K win bonus + $65K KO bonus) for 2:40 knockout win.
-Charles Oliveira made $16,000 for 2:40 knockout loss.

Vinny Magalhaes made $16,000 ($8K show + $8K win bonus) for 6:14 submission win.
-Igor Pokrajac made $17,000 for 6:14 submission loss.

TJ Grant made $95,000 ($15K show + $15K win bonus + $65K FOTN bonus) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.
-Evan Dunham made $78,000 ($13K show + $65K FOTN bonus) for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Sean Pierson made $20,000 ($10K show + $10K win bonus) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.
-Lance Benoist made $8,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Marcus Brimage made $16,000 ($8K show + $8K win bonus) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.
-Jimy Hettes made $8,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Seth Baczynski made $20,000 ($10K show + $10K win bonus) for 4:10 knockout win.
-Simeon Thoresen made $6,000 for 4:10 knockout loss.

Mitch Gagnon made $12,000 ($6K show + $6K win bonus) for 1:09 submission win.
-Walel Watson made $6,000 for 1:09 submission loss.

Kyle Noke made $16,000 ($8K show + $8K win bonus) for 45-second TKO win.
-Charlie Brenneman made $18,000 for 45-second TKO loss.

Jon Jones: indefinite suspension; needs x-ray of right arm for medical clearance
Vitor Belfort: 30 days rest; laceration over eye

Demetrious Johnson: 14 days rest
Joseph Benavidez: 30 days suspension; cut over left eye

Michael Bisping: 14 days rest
Brian Stann: 14 days rest

Matt Hamill: 14 days rest
Roger Hollett: indefinite suspension; needs x-ray of left hand for medical clearance

Cub Swanson: 14 days rest
Charles Oliveira: indefinite suspension; needs CT/MRI for medical clearance

Vinicius Magalhaes: 14 days rest
Igor Pokrajac: 30 day suspension

TJ Grant: 14 days rest
Evan Dunham: 60 day suspension; deep cut on forehead

Sean Pierson: 14 days rest
Lance Benoist: 30 days rest; forehead laceration

Marcus Brimage: 14 days rest
James Hettes: 14 days rest

Seth Bacznski: 14 days rest
Simeon Thoresen: indefinite; needs MRI for medical clearance

Michel Gagnon: 14 days rest
Walel Watson: 14 days rest

Kyle Noke: 14 days rest
Charlie Brenneman: indefinite; needs MRI for medical clearance

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