Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of results, event announcements, fight match-ups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA.

UFN 46 news and notes
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Conor McGregor netted $50,000 as a performance bonus after his win over Diego Brandao in the headliner of UFC Fight Night 46, but he’s not the only one that hit it big after the card. Teammates Cathal Pendred and Gunnar Nelson, both of whom came out victorious Saturday night in Dublin secured $50,000 for their wins, as Nelson defeated Zak Cummings, and former CWFC standout Pendred submitted TUF 19 castmate Mike King. King, however, did not leave empty-handed, as he took home a $50,000 for his thrilling battle with Pendred.

The event drew 9,500 in attendance for a live gate of $1.4 million, which marks the second-best attendance numbers and live gate for any international show put on by the promotion this year, just underneath UFC Fight Night 37 in March.

Source: MMA Junkie

Curran-Pitbull 2 set for Bellator 123 headliner
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Pat Curran and Patricio Freire will compete in a rematch of their 2013 thriller when Bellator 123 hails from Mohegan Sun Arena on Friday, September 5, live on Spike. In the first encounter, Curran took a split-decision before battling Daniel Straus in two memorable bouts, one of which saw Straus defeat Curran, and the other of which saw Curran regain the belt from Straus. Since the loss to Curran, Freire has racked up four wins in Bellator.

Saunders-Riddle title tilt tops Titan FC 29

The stakes have been raised for Ben Saunders’s Titan FC debut. Come Aug. 22, when Saunders makes his Titan debut against Matt Riddle in the headliner  of Titan FC 29, which comes from the promotion’s welterweight title will hang in the balance. Saunders last faced Douglas Lima in a losing effort last September in Bellator MMA, while Riddle defeated Michael Kuiper in his most recent Titan appearance.

Source: Titan FC
Marshman-Mills set for CWFC 72

Cage Warriors 72, live from Newport Centre on Sept. 13, will showcase a clash of middleweights as Che Mills and Jack Marshman battle in a bout that could see the winner put themselves in line for a showdown with newly-crowned middleweight world champion Jack Hermansson. Both men come off of first-round submission wins, as Mills submitted Leeroy Barnes at Cage Warriors 68 in Liverpool, and Marshman scored a submission win against Bola Omoyele at Cage Warriors 69 in June

Source: CWFC
Three bouts announced for ONE FC: Reign of Champions
In addition to the ONE FC lightweight title clash between champion Shinya Aoki and top contender Kamal Shalorus, three more bouts will go down at ONE FC’s “Reign of Champions” card on Aug. 29 in Dubai. First, lightweight star “El Matador” Roger Huerta returns to mixed martial arts action against undefeated 10-0 prospect Christian Holley. Secondly, former women’s WBO Super Bantamweight and IBA Super Bantamweight world champion Ana “The Hurricane” Julaton comes off of a successful promotional debut in which she beat Aya Saber to combat an accomplished Russian kickboxer and wushu practitioner in Irina Mazepa. Finally, highly-touted BJJ black belt and Evolve MMA standout Herbert Burns looks to extend his streak to three wins under the ONE FC banner as he faces Hiroshige Tanaka, who rides on the strength of a seven-fight winning streak and comes into his ONE FC debut with the reputation of being one of the top featherweights in all of Japan.