UFC 86

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UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin
A poster or logo for UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin.
Information
Promotion Ultimate Fighting Championship
Date July 5, 2008
Venue Mandalay Bay Events Center
City Las Vegas, Nevada
Attendance 10,990 (9,630 paid)
Total gate $3,350,730
Buyrate 540,000
Event chronology
The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs Team Forrest Finale UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin UFC Fight Night: Silva vs. Irvin

UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin was a mixed martial arts (MMA) pay-per-view event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) on July 5, 2008, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The title bout between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Forrest Griffin, coaches on The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs. Team Forrest, was for Jackson's UFC Light Heavyweight Championship.[1]

Results[edit]

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Preliminary card[edit]

Buchholz defeated Hill via submission (rear naked choke) at 3:57 of round 2.
Miller defeated Gurgel via submission (triangle choke) at 4:48 of round 3.
Guillard defeated Siver via KO (punches) at 0:36 of round 1. This bout aired last on the PPV broadcast following the Jackson vs. Griffin fight.
Gonzaga defeated McCully via submission (keylock) at 1:57 of round 1.

Main card[edit]

Griffin defeated Aurelio via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).
Koscheck defeated Lytle via unanimous decision (30–26, 29–27, 30–28).
Stevenson defeated Tibau via submission (guillotine choke) at 2:57 of round 2.
Côté defeated Almeida via split decision (29–28, 28–29, 29–28).
Griffin defeated Jackson via unanimous decision (48–46, 48–46, 49–46) to become the new UFC Light Heavyweight Champion.

Bonus awards[edit]

At the end of the night, the UFC awarded $60,000 to each of the fighters who received one of these three awards.[4]

Fighter payroll[edit]

Forrest Griffin ($250,000/$100,000 for show and $150,000 win bonus) def. Quinton Jackson ($225,000)

Patrick Côté ($32,000/$16,000 for show and $16,000 win bonus) def. Ricardo Almeida ($23,000)

Joe Stevenson ($60,000/$30,000 for show and $30,000 win bonus) def. Gleison Tibau ($11,000)

Josh Koscheck ($70,000/$35,000 for show and $35,000 win bonus) def. Chris Lytle ($14,000)

Tyson Griffin ($40,000/$20,000 for show and $20,000 win bonus) def. Marcus Aurélio ($40,000)

Gabriel Gonzaga ($100,000/$50,000 for show and $50,000 win bonus) def. Justin McCully ($5,000)

Justin Buchholz ($8,000/$4,000 for show and $4,000 win bonus) def. Corey Hill ($8,000)

Melvin Guillard ($20,000/$10,000 for show and $10,000 win bonus) def. Dennis Siver ($7,000)

Cole Miller ($20,000/$10,000 for show and $10,000 win bonus) def. Jorge Gurgel ($10,000)

This does not include bonuses award money.

Total: $943,000[5]

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