Unsurprisingly, it is middleweight champion Anderson Silva who is the fighter with the most multi-bonus performances in UFC history. Throughout his unparalleled career, Silva has picked up multiple bonuses in three different bouts.
vs. Dan Henderson
In March 2008, Silva met then-Pride champion Dan Henderson in a title-merging fight. Despite dropping the first round on the scorecards, Silva was able to come back strong in the second frame, finding his range and stuffing a Henderson takedown to take the top position.
With seconds left in the second stanza, Silva was able to take Henderson's back and lock up a rear-naked choke to retain his title and earn Fight of the Night and Submission of the Night awards.
vs. Forrest Griffin
At UFC 101, Silva made a one-fight move to the light heavyweight division for a superfight of sorts with former champion Forrest Griffin. Though Silva was dominant throughout the one-round fight, he was awarded Fight of the Night and Knockout of the Night honors for his dismantling of Griffin.
vs. Chael Sonnen
Probably the most impressive of SIlva's three multi-bonus fights came against Chael Sonnen in August 2010. For nearly five rounds, Silva was dominated by Sonnen on the ground, but a late triangle choke allowed the champion to keep his belt and earn two bonuses for his come-from-behind performance.
In July, Silva will meet Sonnen for a rematch, which should prove entertaining and another opportunity for the champion two pick up multiple bonuses with one appearance.