The UFC’s most recent trip to Dublin has been a rough ride with the original headlining bout and the co-main event being scratched in the final two weeks leading up to Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 76, but the fighters that were left standing to fill the gap did so in impressive fashion.
Following the event, UFC officials handed out the traditional post-fight bonuses, awarding the Fight of the Night honors to two men that couldn’t determine a victor.
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Nicolas Dalby and Darren Till fought tooth and nail for the 15-minute duration, but try as they might, neither could put the other away. And in the end, even the judges couldn’t decide upon a winner, instead awarding the fight a majority draw.
With their performance, however, Dalby and Till each walked away with an extra $50,000 after taking the Fight of the Night honors.
Undefeated welterweight Tom Breese earned one of the Performance of the Night bonuses, after making short work of Boston-born Dubliner Cathal Pendrid. Breese TKO’d Conor McGregor‘s teammate late in the first round.
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