Win or lose, Holly Holm is set to take home a big check from UFC 193 when she takes on women's UFC Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.
According to a report by Sherdog.com, her manager, Lenny Fresquez, says everything Holm and Co. wanted prior to signing with UFC has come true. Except for defeating Rousey, of course.
While Fresquez played coy with dollar figures, he hinted strongly that a six-figure demand he had made prior to Holm signing with UFC has been realized.
"All I can tell is everything I said in [the past] interview has come to fruition. And that'll answer your question. I can tell you that she will be making more than Cat Zingano [made at UFC 184]. I can tell you that."
Much like Holm, Zingano also faced Rousey in her third UFC bout and earned $100,000 for 14 seconds work. Of course, those 14 seconds are something she'd prefer to forget.
Holm has already earned a pretty penny since signing with the world's premier mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion July 10, 2014. She banked $50,000 in both her debut fight against Raquel Pennington and her follow up bout against Marion Reneau, making her six figures richer from one year ago.
Although the money promised at UFC 193 is nice, Fresquez told Sherdog.com that they would have prefered to take on Sarah Kaufman to get in one more fight before challenging UFC's most dominant champion.
"Of course there was hesitation on my part. I asked them for one more fight and they said, ‘No, this is the fight we would like you to take. We're under contract and they're our bosses."
Holm was initially slated to face Rousey at UFC 195 in Las Vegas in Jan. 2016; however, the fight was re-booked to Nov. 14, 2015, in Melbourne, Australia, following a thumb injury to UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler that forced him out of the headlining bout with Carlos Condit.