The UFC on ESPN+ 31 promotional guidelines payouts are in.
On Aug. 1, UFC on ESPN+ 31 took place inside the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the main event, middleweights Derek Brunson and Edmen Shahbazyan collided. Brunson put an end to Shahbazyan’s undefeated streak with a third-round TKO. Brunson walked away with $20,000, while Shahbazyan nabbed $4,000 for wearing Reebok gear and adhering to promotional guidelines.
In the co-main event, women’s flyweights Jennifer Maia and Joanne Calderwood shared the Octagon. Maia earned the first-round submission win. Maia received $4,000 for following promotional guidelines, while Calderwood nabbed $10,000 for the experience-based system.
Bobby Green came in second when it comes to the promotional guidelines payouts. Green defeated Lando Vannata and earned $15,000 in Reebok pay. Vannata took home $5,000.
UFC on ESPN+ 31 Promotional Guidelines Payouts
There were plenty of other fighters who received compliance payouts. Peep the full list below (via MMAJunkie).
- Derek Brunson: $20,000
- def. Edmen Shahbazyan: $4,000
- Jennifer Maia: $4,000
- def. Joanne Calderwood: $10,000
- Vicente Luque: $10,000
- def. Randy Brown: $5,000
- Bobby Green: $15,000
- def. Lando Vannata: $5,000
- Jonathan Martinez: $4,000
- def. Frankie Saenz: $5,000
- Nate Maness: $3,500
- def. Johnny Munhoz: $3,500
- Jamall Emmers: $3,500
- def. Vincent Cachero: $3,500
- Chris Gutierrez: $4,000
- vs. Cody Durden: $3,500
The total in compliance payouts for UFC on ESPN+ 31 comes out to $103,500. 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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