Ronda Rousey to make $3 million for UFC 207 - Ties Conor McGregor

Ronda Rousey to make $3 million for UFC 207 – Ties Conor McGregor

Ronda Rousey to make $3 million for UFC 207 – Ties Conor McGregor


MMAjunkie today obtained the list of disclosed payouts from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, which is overseeing tonight’s pay-per-view event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Ronda Rousey to make $3 million for UFC 207 - Ties Conor McGregor
Ronda Rousey to make $3 million for UFC 207 – Ties Conor McGregor

Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will tie Conor McGregor for the highest UFC payout ever with $3 million.  McGregor set the record at UFC 202 when he rematched Nate Diaz.

The full list of payouts include:

Champ Amanda Nunes: $100,000 (eligible for $100,000 win bonus)
vs. Ronda Rousey: $3 million (not eligible for win bonus)

Champ Dominick Cruz: $350,000 (not eligible for win bonus)
vs. Cody Garbrandt: $200,000 (not eligible for win bonus)

T.J. Dillashaw: $100,000 (eligible for $100,000 win bonus)
vs. John Lineker: $43,000 (eligible for $43,000 win bonus)

Dong Hyun Kim: $67,000 (eligible for $67,000 win bonus)
vs. Tarec Saffiedine: $40,000 (eligible for $40,000 win bonus)

Ray Borg: $18,000 (eligible for $18,000 win bonus)
vs. Louis Smolka: $32,000 (eligible for $32,000 win bonus)

Johny Hendricks: $100,000 (eligible for $100,000 win bonus)
vs. Neil Magny: $47,000 (eligible for $47,000 win bonus)

Antonio Carlos Junior: $21,000 (eligible for $21,000 win bonus)
vs. Marvin Vettori: $12,000 (eligible for $12,000 win bonus)

Alex Garcia: $18,000 (eligible for $18,000 win bonus)
vs. Mike Pyle: $55,000 (eligible for $55,000 win bonus)

Niko Price: $12,000 (eligible for $12,000 win bonus)
vs. Brandon Thatch: $22,000 (eligible for $22,000 win bonus)

Tim Means: $35,000 (eligible for $35,000 win bonus)
vs. Alex Oliveira: $28,000 (eligible for $28,000 win bonus)

Now, the usual disclaimer: The figures do not include deductions for items such as insurance, licenses and taxes. Additionally, the figures do not include money paid by sponsors, including the official UFC Athlete Outfitting sponsorship program pay. They also do not include any other “locker room” or special discretionary bonuses the UFC oftentimes pays. They also do not include pay-per-view cuts that some top-level fighters receive.

In other words, the above figures are simply base salaries reported to the commission and do not reflect entire compensation packages for the event.

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