by Damon Martin – MMAWeekly.com
On a night that saw Georges St. Pierre cement his place in history with a 4th round stoppage over B.J. Penn, the UFC handed down $65,000 bonuses to some of the tremendous competitors on the card Saturday night.

“Knockout of the Night” was a no brainer, beyond the fact that it was one of only 2 finishes on the card, as Lyoto Machida kept his perfect record in tact with a thunderous right hand on the ground that knocked opponent, Thiago Silva, unconscious to end the first round and the fight.

Machida stays undefeated and carries home a $65,000 bonus for his efforts against Silva in the win.

The UFC handed down two different “Fight of the Night” bonuses as both Clay Guida and Nate Diaz earned a bonus for their fight to kick off the pay-per-view card, as well as welterweights John Howard and Chris Wilson who went to war during the untelevised preliminary show.

All 4 participants will get a $65,000 bonus each as winners of “Fight of the Night.”

The card featured no submissions, thus no “Submission of the Night” award went out for the UFC 94 show.

Stay tuned as MMAWeekly.com will have a full report with salaries from the UFC 94 card tonight as well.