Strikeforce further compensates Miller & Davis


Bloody Elbow spoke to Mike Afromowitz of Strikeforce this evening and was informed that Strikeforce has decided to pay both fighters their contracted win bonuses.

The quote on the resolution:
    ..the resolution to this is that both fighters got paid their appearance fees and we're paying them their win bonuses.

On Strikeforce's attempts to follow through on the match-up:
    Just so you know, we made every attempt to put the fight back on in another Chicago area fight so they could fight in front of their hometown fans but neither fighter was available on the date proposed for a local card there.

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tags: Deray Davis   Mark Miller (detail)  Strikeforce   


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Zeph site profile image  

11/11/09 1:07 PM by Zeph

Good stuff, strikeforce did the proper thing here.

Golden Boy site profile image  

11/10/09 8:14 PM by Golden Boy

One would think.....;) Again, let TOWE or Egnar explain.

specht69 site profile image  

11/10/09 8:13 PM by specht69

never had any doubt... nice work strikeforce

JTB007 site profile image  

11/10/09 8:11 PM by JTB007

good job Strikeforce. classy.

madmav site profile image  

11/10/09 8:00 PM by madmav

 i'm guessing if they got paid their win bonuses it would count as a bout on their contract

Golden Boy site profile image  

11/10/09 7:54 PM by Golden Boy

Can you answer my question? Or can they? Copy and paste it if you can....

caposa site profile image  

11/10/09 7:53 PM by caposa

 good to hear

epwar site profile image  

11/10/09 7:52 PM by epwar

Also, major props for Bloody Elbow being the ONLY major MMA media outlet to follow up and keep reporting on this. Journalism for the win!

AmericanPsychoMMA site profile image  

11/10/09 7:50 PM by AmericanPsychoMMA

 Power of the UG?

Golden Boy site profile image  

11/10/09 7:50 PM by Golden Boy

Did they count it against their contracts? As a bout that is? Maybe Towe can explain?