UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson didn’t see as many finishes as you would like, but there were a couple of key ones.

James Krause, making his Octagon debut, netted both “Fight of the Night” and “Submission of the Night” checks after stopping Sam Stout. Krause earned an extra $100,000 for his efforts.

Stout also scored a paycheck of $50,000 for competing in the “Fight of the Night” with Krause.

“Knockout of the Night” status went to Shawn Jordan, as the heavyweight and former LSU football player finished Pat Barry in just under a minute.

The live gate brought in $3.15 million after 14,754 fans packed the MTS Centre in Winnipeg.