Gamebred Boxing 4 Fighter Salaries revealed: Roy Jones Jr. pockets $700K

By Susan Cox - April 6, 2023

The Gamebred Boxing 4 fighter salaries have been revealed.

Anthony Pettis, Roy Jones Jr., Boxing

It was just last Saturday, April 1st, that Gamebred Boxing took place at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

It was former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis who faced boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. in the main event. Former UFC champions Vitor Belfort and Jose Aldo also competed in the main card against fellow UFC veterans Ronaldo Souza and Jeremy Stephens.

Well, now the payouts have been released by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.

MMA reporter, Nolan King, took to ‘Twitter‘ advising of the following paydays:

Anthony Pettis and Roy Jones Jr. pocketed a combined $1,350,000 (disclosed) at #GamebredBoxing4, per Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services. Jose Aldo, Vitor Belfort, Ronaldo Souza, and Jeremy Stephens also took home six figures.”

Some noteworthy salaries include:

Roy Jones Jr. earned $700,000.

Anthony Pettis earned $650,000.

Vitor Belfort took home $400,000 for a unanimous decision win over Ronaldo Souza in the co-main event. ‘Jacare’ Souza earned $200,000 for his performance.

Jose Aldo earned $425,000.

Jeremy Stephens earned $200,000.

The full list of salaries can be seen below:

  • Roy Jones Jr: $700,000
  • Anthony Pettis: $650,000
  • Vitor Belfort: $400,000
  • Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza: $200,000
  • Jose Aldo: $425,000
  • Jeremy Stephens: $200,000
  • Luis Feliciano: $25,000
  • Clarence Booth: $10,000
  • Devin Cushing: $40,000
  • Damian Marciano: $5,000
  • Gina Mazany: $10,000
  • Pearl Gonzalez: $50,000
  • Dillon Cleckler: $40,000
  • Josh Burns: $15,000
  • Markus Perez: $15,000
  • Joe Riggs: $10,000
  • Bi Nguyen: $15,000
  • Andy Nguyen: $5,000
  • Cade Howell: $3,500
  • Christopher Wingate: $1,500
  • Mandeep Jangra: $1,000
  • Ryan Reber: $1,000

The total payout for all fighters on the Gamebred Boxing 4 card was $2,827,700.

These amounts reflect the disclosed payouts only, and do not include any off-contract bonuses, sponsor payments, or discretionary bonuses.

Not a bad payday for 1 nights work.

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