Rose Leads Reebok Payouts For UFC 237

Those fighting on Saturday’s UFC 237 event would get a combined $250,000 from Reebok, as compensation for following the UFC Promotional Guidelines

Rose Namajunas would lead the way making $40,000 in complying with the UFC’s plan that includes outfitting requirements, media obligations, along with other aspects of the fighter code of conduct.

UFC 237 took place at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro. The main card aired on pay-per-view following prelims on ESPN and UFC Fight Pass.

The full UFC 237 UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance payouts included:

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Jessica Andrade: $30,000
def. Rose Namajunas: $40,000

Jared Cannonier: $5,000
def. Anderson Silva: $20,000

Alexander Volkanovski: $5,000
def. Jose Aldo: $20,000

Laureano Staropoli: $3,500
def. Thiago Alves: $20,000

Irene Aldana: $4,000
def. Bethe Correia: $5,000

Ryan Spann: $3,500
def. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira: $10,000

Thiago Moises: $3,500
def. Kurt Holobaugh: $4,000

Warlley Alves: $5,000
def. Sergio Moraes: $10,000

Clay Guida: $20,000
def. B.J. Penn: $20,000

Luana Carolina: $3,500
def. Priscila Cachoeira: $3,500

Raoni Barcelos: $3,500
def. Carlos Huachin: $3,500

Viviane Araujo: $3,500
def. Talita Bernardo: $4,000

Namajunas would make $40,000 due to that being the standard pay for champions, while Jessica Andrade would earn $30,000 as the challenger to Namajunas for the UFC strawweight title.

Outside of title fights, fighters are paid based on their total number of bouts under the ZUFFA umbrella (UFC, WEC beginning in January 2007 and later, Strikeforce April 2011 and later). Fighters with under three fights get $3,500. Fighters with 4-5 times in the Octagon get $4,000, 6-10 fights earn $5,000, 11-15 fights $10,000, 16-20 fights $15,000, and anyone with 21 or more gets $20,000.

Fighters will also get in perpetuity royalty checks for 20-30 percent of any UFC merchandise with their name or likeness on it.

Report: MMA Junkie

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