Reebok Money: Correia Earns $30K While Veteran ‘Lil Nog’ Pockets $5K

Shogun Rua Lil Nog

Another UFC event down and we have another look at who’s making what from the Reebok sponsorship deal.

For UFC 190 it was of course the champion and the challenger, Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia, who made the most, with $40K and $30K.

The one noticeable thing to look at this time around is how little MMA legends ‘Lil Nog’, Shogun Rua and ‘Big Nog’ made.

The smaller of the Nogueira’s only pulled in $5K for his battle with Rua, who grabbed $10K.

Champ Ronda Rousey ($40,000)
def. Bethe Correia ($30,000)

Mauricio Rua ($10,000)
def. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira ($5,000)

Glaico Franca ($2,500)
def. Fernando Bruno ($2,500)

Reginaldo Vieira ($2,500)
def. Dileno Lopes ($2,500)

Stefan Struve ($10,000)
def. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira ($10,000)

Antonio Silva ($5,000)
def. Soa Palelei ($5,000)

Claudia Gadelha ($2,500)
def. Jessica Aguilar ($2,500)

Demian Maia ($20,000)
def. Neil Magny ($10,000)

Patrick Cummins ($5,000)
def. Rafael Cavalcante ($5,000)

Warlley Alves ($2,500)
def. Nordine Taleb ($2,500)

Iuri Alcantara ($10,000)
def. Leandro Issa ($2,500)

Vitor Miranda ($2,500)
def. Clint Hester ($5,000)

Guido Cannetti ($2,500)
def. Hugo Viana ($5,000)

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