Salary Report: Ellenberger Tops Rousey

Jake Ellenberger

The California State Athletic Commission released the disclosed payroll for last weekend’s UFC 184 event, and welterweight winner Jake Ellenberger earned the evening’s top dollar.

UFC 184 took place on Saturday, February 28, from the Staples Center, in Los Angeles.

In the main event, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey submitted Cat Zingano in just 14 seconds.

The full list of payouts is as follows:

Ronda Rousey ($65k/$65k, $130,000) def. Cat Zingano ($100,000)
Holly Holm ($25k/$25k, $50,000) def. Raquel Pennington ($10,000)
Jake Ellenberger ($68k/$68k, $136,000) def. Josh Koscheck ($78,000)
Alan Jouban ($10k/$10k, $20,000) def. Richard Walsh ($8,000)
Tony Ferguson ($24/$24k, $48,000) def. Gleison Tibau ($50,000)

Roan Carneiro ($12k/$12k, $24,000) def. Mark Munoz ($47,000)
Roman Salazar ($8,000) vs. Norifumi Yamamoto ($15,000) ruled a no contest
Tim Means ($17k/$17k, $34,000) def. Dhiego Lima ($10,000)

Derrick Lewis ($15k/$15k, $30,000) def. Ruan Potts ($10,000)
Valmir Lazaro ($8k/$8k, $16,000) def. James Krause ($15,000)
Masio Fullen ($8k/$8k, $16,000) def. Alexander Torres ($8,000)

 

THESE FIGURES ARE ONLY BASE SALARY NUMBERS AND DO NOT INCLUDE PAY-PER-VIEW POINTS, SPONSOR INCOME, OR LOCKER ROOM BONUSES.