Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) invaded the O2 Arena last Saturday (March 16, 2019) to stage UFC Fight Night 147. In the main event, Jorge Masvidal knocked out Darren Till in the headlining act to earn his first victory in two years (see it again here), while Leon Edwards scored his seventh straight win after narrowly edging out Gunnar Nelson in the co-main event.
“Gamebred” made out with the biggest sponsorship checks from Reebok to the tune of $15,000, while Till managed to rake in $5,000 for his efforts. Also, Nelson and Edwards each banked $10,000 from the sports apparel giant for their welterweight clash.
That’s not all! Take a look at the entire UFC Fight Night 147 Reebok payouts (courtesy of MMA Junkie).
Jorge Masvidal: $15,000 def. Darren Till: $5,000
Leon Edwards: $10,000 def. Gunnar Nelson: $10,000
Dominick Reyes: $4,000 def. Volkan Oezdemir: $5,000
Nathaniel Wood: $3,500 def. Jose Quinonez: $5,000
Claudio Silva: $4,000 def. Danny Roberts: $5,000
Jack Marshman: $5,000 def. John Phillips: $3,500
Arnold Allen: $4,000 def. Jordan Rinaldi: $4,000
Marc Diakiese: $5,000 def. Joseph Duffy: $5,000
Saparbek Safarov: $3,500 def. Nicolae Negumereanu: $3,500
Dan Ige: $4,000 def. Danny Henry: $3,500
Molly McCann: $3,500 def. Priscila Cachoeira: $3,500
Mike Grundy: $3,500 def. Nad Narimani: $3,500
According to the payout structure (see it), the more fights a fighter has accumulated — combined with UFC and the now-defunct World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) and Strikeforce promotions — the more coin he or she gets to fill his or her combat sports piggy bank.
And the less fights a fighter has under the Endeavor umbrella ... well, the less he or she gets. According to the report, fighters will also receive royalty and payments up to 20 to 30 percent of any UFC-related merchandise sold that bears his or her likeness.
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