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UFC 163 Post-Fight Presser and Bonus Recap

Read below to find out who took home Fight Night bonuses at UFC 163: Aldo vs. Korean Zombie....
It was a full house at the UFC 163 post-fight press conference. Winners Jose Aldo, Phil Davis, Cezar "Mutante" Ferreira, Anthony Perosh, Amanda Nunes, Sergio Moraes and Ian McCall attended to answer questions. "The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung, Lyoto Machida and Iliarde Santos were also were on hand following their disappointing losses.

The conference was led by Marshall Zelaznik, the UFC's managing director of international development. Zelaznik confirmed to the media that the UFC's September 4 return to Brazil for UFC Fight Night: Teixeria vs. Bader could determine the next 205-pound title challenger, should Glover Teixeira win convincingly.

Post fight bonuses of $50,000 went to four fighters. TUF Brasil alum Moraes won Submission of the Night for his graceful mounted triangle sweep of Neil Magny. Aussie Perosh took home the award for Knockout of the Night after blitzing Vinny Magalhaes in 14 seconds in the Brazilian's backyard. Flyweights McCall and Santos won Fight of the Night for their three-round brawl.

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Sunday, August 2
3AM
BST
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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