The UFC celebrated another hugely successful event as UFC 276 attracted another sell-out crowd and bumper gate.

The event, which saw Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski retain their titles in dominant fashion in Las Vegas, saw a sold-out attendance of 19,649 at T-Mobile Arena.

The event marked the 18th straight sell-out with full capacity crowds, and earned gate receipts of $10,409,553 – the seventh highest grossing event in UFC history.

Post-fight bonus roundup

The night saw a string of stand-out performances, with the Fight of the Night award going to the welterweight main card clash between former champion Robbie Lawler and Bryan Barberena.

Barberena won the bout via second-round TKO, but both men took home $50,000 bonus cheques following their crowd-pleasing clash.

Performance of the Night bonuses also went to Alex Pereira, Jalin Turner and Julija Stoliarenko, who each picked up impressive finishes in their respective bouts.

Pereira knocked out Sean Strickland to potentially book himself a middleweight title shot against old adversary Adesanya, while Turner scored a quickfire submission finish of Brad Riddell to continue his rise up the lightweight division. Stoliarenko, meanwhile, claimed her first win in the UFC at the fourth time of asking with a swift submission finish of her own. All three earned $50,000 bonuses for their night’s work.