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UFC on ESPN 11 Promotional Guidelines Payouts: Miller & Guida Top List

The UFC on ESPN 11 promotional guidelines compliance payouts have been revealed.

This past Saturday night (June 20), UFC on ESPN 11 took place inside the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the main event, Curtis Blaydes went one-on-one with Alexander Volkov in a heavyweight battle. Blaydes set a record for most takedowns in a fight by a heavyweight under the UFC banner. He ended up nabbing a unanimous decision victory over Volkov. Blaydes pocketed $10,000 for the experience and champion-based promotional guidelines compliance. Volkov received $5,000.

Co-headliners Josh Emmett and Shane Burgos clashed in a featherweight tilt. In a “Fight of the Year” contender, Emmett earned a unanimous decision win over Burgos. Both men earned $5,000 each for rocking the Reebok gear and adhering to promotional guidelines.

Fan-favorite UFC veterans Jim Miller and Clay Guida topped the list for the highest promotional guidelines payouts. Miller submitted Roosevelt Roberts, while Guida dropped a unanimous decision to Bobby Green. Miller and Guida snagged $20,000 each in compliance pay.

UFC on ESPN 11 Promotional Guidelines Compliance Payouts

There were plenty of other fighters who received compliance payouts. Peep the full list below (via MMAJunkie):

  • Curtis Blaydes: $10,000
  • def. Alexander Volkov: $5,000
  • Josh Emmett: $5,000
  • def. Shane Burgos: $5,000
  • Raquel Pennington: $10,000
  • def. Marion Reneau: $10,000
  • Belal Muhammad: $10,000
  • def. Lyman Good: $5,000
  • Jim Miller: $20,000
  • def. Roosevelt Roberts: $5,000
  • Bobby Green: $10,000
  • def. Clay Guida: $20,000
  • Tecia Torres: $10,000
  • def. Brianna Van Buren: $3,500
  • Marc-Andre Barriault: $4,000
  • def. Oskar Piechota: $5,000
  • Gillian Robertson: $5,000
  • def. Cortney Casey: $10,000
  • Justin Jaynes: $3,500
  • def. Frank Camacho: $5,000
  • Lauren Murphy: $5,000
  • def. Roxanne Modafferi: $5,000
  • Austin Hubbard: $4,000
  • def. Max Rohskopf: $3,500

The total in compliance payouts for UFC on ESPN 11 comes out to $178,500. Fighters also receive 20-30 percent in royalties for any merchandise sold with their likeness. Keep in mind, this pay does not include bonuses or salaries.

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