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Phoenix, AZ -Champions led the pack of reported salaries from M-1 Global's Arizona debut over the weekend. Vinny Magalhaes ($5,500) successfully defended his light heavyweight belt versus Mikhail Zayats ($3,000) and the former Ultimate Fighter finalist was also the highest paid combatant on the card. ( recently requested and today received the list of officially disclosed payouts as well as medical suspensions from the Arizona Boxing & MMA Commission

M-1 Challenge 27 took place at the Grand Canyon University Arena in Phoenix, AZ and aired on the premium cable channel Showtime. His fourth fight under the M-1 Global banner, Magalhaes finished Zayats with a one shot head kick followed by punches in the third round of their title bout.

American heavyweight Kenny Garner( $5,000), who captured the M-1 interim heavyweight title, was the second highest paid fighter on the card.

Total payout for the event included:

Daniel Madrid - $2,500

Tom Gallicchio - $3,000

Joshua Thorpe - $2,000

Yasubey Enomoto - $4,500

Eddie Arizmendi - $2,500

Artur Guseinov - $2,250

Kenny Garner - $5,000

Maxim Grishin - $2,000

Vinny Magalhaes - $5,500

Mikhail Zayats - $3,000

Medical suspensions:

Frederick Lumpkin (Amateur) - 30 Day Suspension

Maxim Grishin (Pro) - 60 Day Suspension due to Head Blows (Fatigue) Went to Hospital

Kenneth Garner (Pro) - 45 Day Suspension (Fatigue) and Indefinite Suspension (Needs Opthalmology Clearance) Cut on Retina

Mikhail Zayats (Pro) - 30 Day Suspension (TKO) Ref stops contest


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