UFC on Fuel 3: Predicting the Winners of the Post-Fight Bonuses

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UFC on Fuel 3: Predicting the Winners of the Post-Fight Bonuses
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UFC on Fuel 3 will be an early-week treat for MMA fans. Can't ask for much more on a Tuesday night than a full card of fights on free television. 

The card features some intriguing matchups, starting with TUF Season 12 guillotine magician Cody Mckenzie, who had won 10 straight fights by guillotine choke until his two setbacks in the UFC, vs. Marcus Levesseur in his UFC debut. 

Another intriguing matchup will feature UFC Veteran Jason McDonald in his 14th fight in the organization against Tom Lawlor, who will be making his sixth appearance in the Octagon. 

Another fighter who is no stranger to the Octagon, Jeremy Stephens, will be taking on Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone. Cowboy has a combined 10-4 record in his Zuffa Career and has taken on some of the best in both the WEC and UFC. 

TUF Season 7 veteran and part-time UFC promoter and commentator Amir Sadollah will take on Jorge Lopez in an intriguing welterweight matchup. Lopez only has a loss to Justin Edwards on his UFC résumé; however, he had a 10-fight win streak before he joined the organization and will be looking to prove that he can get a victory on the sport's biggest stage. 

In the main event, Chan Sung Jung, better known by his nickname "The Korean Zombie," will take on Dustin Porier. The Korean Zombie lost his last two fights in the WEC but is 2-0 since joining the UFC. He won by a rare twister submission against Leonard Garcia and then knocked out Mark Hominic seven seconds into Round 1. Porier, another WEC transfer, is 4-0 in the UFC and has recently won by two submissions of his own. 

Going into every UFC card, each fighter has an extreme incentive to win his fight. However, there is also that little extra incentive, which offers a large financial reward, if they can earn a post-fight bonus by either getting the best knockout of the night, submission of the night or being involved in the fight of the night. 

Here are my predictions for the fighters who will bring home an extra check next Tuesday night. 

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