It has been a wild 24 hours for UFC bantamweight Jessica-Rose Clark.
A controversial late stoppage at UFC Vegas 11 in Las Vegas on Saturday night left her opponent, Sarah Alpar, a bloody mess.
Referee Chris Tognoni made a questionable call that upset UFC President Dana White and MMA fans alike.
Rose-Clark landed a knee that at first glance appeared to be illegal while Alpar was up against the cage in the third round. The commission used instant replay to determine that it was in fact a legal knee, but instead of the win going to Rose-Clark by TKO, the fight was allowed to continue and Alpar took far more damage than necessary.
Rose-Clark went on to win the fight, but was not awarded a ‘Performance of the Night’ bonus.
On Sunday morning, Rose-Clark took to her social media, posting a statement of her bank account showing it has only $17.70.
She said, “A bonus would have been nice Uncle Dana. I’ll do better next time Woman shrugging #UFCVEGAS11”
— Jessy Jess (@missjessyjess) September 20, 2020
Bonuses were awarded to Khamzat Chimaev, Mackenzie Dern, Randy Costa, and Damon Jackson.
Should Jessica-Rose Clark have received a bonus?