RAMPAGE’s Bellator Compensation Package Revealed, And It’s Impressive

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Former UFC light-heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson had a good thing at Bellator.

This is what he stroked, when he signed on the dotted line:

A $100,000 signing bonus
A minimum of $200,000 and maximum of $300,000 for non-PPV fights
A minimum of $200,000 and maximum of $450,000 for PPV fights
A $50,000 bonus if he didn’t receive a certain amount from sponsorship
30 percent of Bellator’s net gate receipts over $400,000 at events in which he fought
$35,000 per episode for his participation in the Spike TV reality series, “Rampage 4 Real”
A screenwriter for a feature film project and access to Paramount Pictures to develop film projects
A red carpet appearance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards
$200,000 bonus for Bellator 120
$4 for every Bellator 120 pay-per-view buy over 190,000
A 2013 Tesla Sport worth $129,603

Fast forward three fights and Rampage bounced on his current deal for a homecoming fight against Fabio Maldonado in the UFC.

These contract figures were made clear because Bellator is currently seeking legal action against Jackson.