UFC Fight Night 73 Reebok Payouts: Nobody earns more than $10K

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Ovince Saint Preux and Glover Teixeira marched into “Music City” and clashed for light heavyweight supremacy this past Saturday night at “UFC Fight Night 73”. A collective twenty-six fighters fought on the card for a total Reebok sponsorship payout of $107,500.

Saint Preux, Michael Johnson, and Chris Camozzi topped the payouts with $10,000 each in sponsorship money. Check out what the rest of the fighters received:

Glover Teixeira: $5,000
Ovince Saint Preux: $10,000
Beneil Dariush: $5,000
Michael Johnson: $10,000
Derek Brunson: $5,000
Sam Alvey: $2,500
Jared Rosholt: $5,000
Timothy Johnson: $2,500
Amanda Nunes: $5,000
Sara McMann: $2,500
Ray Borg: $2,500
Geane Herrera: $2,500
Uriah Hall: $5,000
Oluwale Bamgbose: $2,500
Chris Camozzi: $10,000
Tom Watson: $5,000
Dustin Ortiz: $5,000
Willie Gates: $2,500
Frankie Saenz: $2,500
Sirwan Kakai: $2,500
Jonathan Wilson: $2,500
Chris Dempsey: $2,500
Marlon Vera: $2,500
Roman Salazar: $2,500
Scott Holtzman: $2,500
Anthony Christodoulou: $2,500

Fans and fighters alike were not thrilled when the UFC revealed their method of how they will be paying the fighters with Reebok’s sponsorship money. 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.

What do you think of “UFC Fight Night 73’s” payouts? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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