Athlete Outfitting Pay for UFC 204

By Tom Taylor - October 9, 2016

On Saturday night, the UFC took over beautiful Manchester, England with UFC 204.

Dan Henderson vs. Michael Bisping 2

In the evening’s headliner, we saw middleweight champion Michael Bisping take a contentious decision from retiring challenger Dan Henderson. In the co-main event, meanwhile, we watched on as Gegard Mousasi took out a fading legend in Brazil’s Vitor Belfort.

Michael Bisping

Elsewhere on the main card, we saw dominant wins from English light heavyweight Jimi Manuwa, towering Dutchman Stefan Struve, and featherweight prospect Mirsad Bektic. The undercard, finally featured some of the top talent from England, larger Europe, and the world over.

At the moment, fighter purses for this memorable event have not yet been disclosed. We do, however, know how much each of the card’s 22 fighters took home through the UFC’s oft-criticized uniform deal with sports apparel giant, Reebok.

Athlete outfitting pay is determined by the number of fights a fighter has had in the UFC, and during the Zuffa-owned eras of Strikeforce (April 2011 and later) and WEC (January 2007 and later). Champions, however, receive $40,000 regardless of Zuffa experience, while title challengers get $30,000.

Gegard Mousasi

In the case of UFC 204, Reebok payout totalled $202,500. The biggest slice of that pie went to the champ Bisping, who took home $40,000, the biggest possible payout under the UFC’s partnership with Reebok. Henderson, meanwhile, took home $30,000 as a title challenger.

Vitor Belfort, Stefan Struve and Brad Pickett also took home sizeable Reebok checks on the strength of their long careers inside the Octagon.

Here’s a full rundown of the Reebok outfitting payouts for UFC 204 (via

Michael Bisping: $40,000
Dan Henderson: $30,000

Gegard Mousasi: $10,000
Vitor Belfort: $20,000

Jimi Manuwa: $5,000
Ovince Saint Preux: $10,000

Stefan Struve: $15,000
Daniel Omielanczuk: $5,000

Mirsad Bektic: $2,500
Russell Doane: $5,000

Iuri Alcantara: $10,000
Brad Pickett: $15,000

Damian Stasiak: $2,500
Davey Grant: $2,500

Leon Edwards: $5,000
Albert Tumenov: $5,000

Marc Diakiese: $2,500
Lukasz Sajewski: $2,500

Mike Perry: $2,500
Danny Roberts: $2,500

Leonardo Santos: $5,000
Adriano Martins: $5,000

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