With UFC 192 officially in the books, it’s time to find out how much money fighters who competed on Saturday’s fight card earned via their new, mandatory Reebok sponsorship deals.
Below are the figures that the Reebok sponsorship deal paid out to fighters who competed on the UFC 192 card.
Note: These are not the usual fighter salaries we post after each event, but instead the amount of money fighters earned strictly from the new Reebok sponsorship deal.
UFC 192 Pay-Per-View Fights
– Daniel Cormier: $40,000 def. Alexander Gustafsson: $30,000
– Tyron Woodley: $10,000 (Hendricks ruled medically ineligible)
– Ryan Bader: $15,000 def. Rashad Evans: $15,000
– Ruslan Magomedov: $2,500 def. Shawn Jordan: $10,000
UFC 192 Preliminary Fights
– Joseph Benavidez: $15,000def. Ali Bagautinov: $2,500
– Julianna Pena: $2,500 def. Jessica Eye: $2,500
– Yair Rodriguez: $2,500 def. Daniel Hooker: $2,500
– Albert Tumenov: $2,500 def. Alan Jouban: $2,500
– Adriano Martins: $2,500 def. Islam Makhachev: $2,500
– Rose Namajunas: $2,500 def. Angela Hill: $2,500
– Sage Northcutt: $2,500 def. Francisco Trevino: $2,500
– Sergio Pettis: $5,000 def. Chris Cariaso: $10,000
– Derrick Lewis: $5,000 def. Viktor Pesta: $2,500
How do Reebok and the UFC decide how much fighters earn through the new Reebok sponsorship deal? How do they reach the figures that will be paid out to the fighters? Click ahead to page two for a full breakdown that explains what it takes to make a certain amount of money through this new, mandatory sponsorship deal between UFC and Reebok.