Reebok Sponsor Payout Report — UFC 192 Edition

Daniel Cormier Alexander Gustafsson

Daniel Cormier and Alexander Gustafsson left it all in the octagon in Houston, Texas during the light heavyweight battle at UFC 192. Cormier may have walked out of the cage with the gold slung over his shoulder when it was all said and done, but both men were paid handsomely by Reebok for their bout.

Tyron Woodley received his Reebok pay despite not stepping foot into the octagon. Weeks of training were for naught as Johny Hendricks was pulled from their co-headlining fight due to weight-cutting issues.

Check out the full payout report and who got the largest cut of the $192,500 card salary!

Daniel Cormier: $40,000

Alexander Gustafsson: $30,000
Tyron Woodley: $10,000

Ryan Bader: $15,000

Rashad Evans: $15,000
Ruslan Magomedov: $2,500

Shawn Jordan: $10,000
Joseph Benavidez: $15,000

Ali Bagautinov: $2,500
Julianna Pena: $2,500

Jessica Eye: $2,500
Yair Rodriguez: $2,500

Daniel Hooker: $2,500
Albert Tumenov: $2,500

Alan Jouban: $2,500
Adriano Martins: $2,500

Islam Makhachev: $2,500
Rose Namajunas: $2,500

Angela Hill: $2,500
Sage Northcutt: $2,500

Francisco Trevino: $2,500
Sergio Pettis: $5,000

Chris Cariaso: $10,000
Derrick Lewis: $5,000

Viktor Pesta: $2,500

Fighters less than six octagon appearances to their name will only make $2,500. 6-10 fights in the UFC will get you $5,000. For 11-15 octagon appearances, fighters will make $10,000 and an extra $5,000 for 16-20 fights. Long-time UFC fighters with more than 20 fights will receive $20,000.

Title challengers and champions will receive a bit more, regardless of how long they have been part of the UFC. Challengers will receive $30,000 while champions get $40,000.

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