‘TUF 14’ Finale Draws 1,909 Spectators, $452,700 Live Gate

By Tristen Critchfield Dec 12, 2011
Final numbers have been released for “The Ultimate Fighter 14" Finale.

The UFC event, held at the Pearl at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas on Dec. 3, earned a live gate of $452,700, according to figures released by the Nevada State Athletic Commission on Monday.

The card was headlined by a battle between “TUF” coaches Michael Bisping and Jason Miller. “The Count” gave an impressive performance, finishing Miller in their middleweight bout with knees to the body and punches at 3:34 of round three.

Also, a pair of Jackson's MMA products took home “Ultimate Fighter” honors, as John Dodson won the bantamweight finale with a first-round technical knockout over T.J. Dillashaw, while Diego Brandao pulled off an armbar in the waning seconds of the opening frame against Dennis Bermudez at featherweight.

The event was attended by a total of 1,909 spectators. Of those in attendance, 1,348 paid for tickets, while another 561 gained admission with complimentary tickets. There were 233 tickets that were neither sold nor comped by the UFC.
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