UFCmania.com has received the fighter payouts for UFC 74: "Respect" from the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for the event held on August 25 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center.
Here are all the UFC 74 payouts:
Randy Couture — $250,000
Gabriel Gonzaga — $45,000
Randy Couture defeated Gabriel Gonzaga via technical knockout(strikes) in round three
Georges St. Pierre — $140,000 ($70,000 to show, $70,000 to win)
Josh Koscheck -- $10,000
Georges St. Pierre defeated Josh Koscheck via unanimous decision
Roger Huerta — $34,000 ($17,000 to show, $17,000 to win)
Alberto Crane — $4,000
Roger Huerta defeated Alberto Crane via technical knockout (strikes) in round three
Joe Stevenson — $32,000 ($16,000 to show, $16,000 to win)
Kurt Pellegrino -- $8,000
Joe Stevenson defeated Kurt Pellegrino via unanimous decision
Patrick Cote — $24,000 ($12,000 to show, $12,000 to win)
Kendall Grove — $12,000
Patrick Cote defeated Kendall Grove via technical knockout (strikes) in round one
Renato "Babalu" Sobral — $50,000* ($25,000 to show, $25,000 to win)
David Heath — $6,000
Renato "Babalu" Sobral defeated David Heath via submission (anaconda choke) in round two
Frank Mir — $66,000 ($36,000 to show, $30,000 to win)
Antoni Hardonk — $8,000
Frank Mir defeated Antoni Hardonk via submission (kimura) in round one
Thales Leites — $18,000 ($9,000 to show, $9,000 to win)
Ryan Jensen — $4,000
Thales Leites defeated Ryan Jensen via submission (armbar) in round one
Clay Guida — $14,000 ($7,000 to show, $7,000 to win)
Marcus Aurelio — $30,000
Clay Guida defeated Marcus Aurelio via split decision
Keep in mind the salaries listed above do not include signing bonuses, sponsorships, pay-per-view percentages and other unofficial payments.
In addition, UFC President Dana White has mentioned that all fighter bonuses for "Submission of the Night," "Fight of the Night," and others are being withheld until drug tests come back from the NSAC.
The total fighter payroll for the UFC 74 was $761,000. For results and blow-by-blow coverage of UFC 74 click here.
*Note: The NSAC is withholding $25,000 from Babalu until it can review his controversial decision to continue choking out his opponent, David Heath, long after the light heavyweight tapped out.