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Urijah Faber tops UFC on FOX 22 payouts, Sage earns more than Paige

Urijah Faber tops UFC on FOX 22 payouts, Sage earns more than Paige


The disclosed amounts of earned income for each fighter that competed in this Saturday’s UFC on FOX 22 in Sacramento have been revealed.  It should come as no surprise that Urijah Faber topped the charts making 23 times the amount that both Bojan Velickovic and Fredy Serrano made.

The disclosed sums are the contracted amount of money to win and to show, Reebok pay, and $50,000 performance bonuses. Undisclosed income includes discretionary “locker room” bonuses, direct sponsorship from UFC sponsors like Reebok and Monster, and points on the pay per view (in this instance the event was on FOX, thus no points earned).

Below is a complete list of all disclosed income from Saturday’s UFC on FOX 22.

Michelle Waterson: $15,000 to show + $15,000 to win = $30,000 + $2,500 Reebok + $50,000 = $82,500
beat Paige VanZant: $43,000 to show + $5,000 Reebok = $48,000

Mickey Gall: $20,000 to show + $20,000 to win = $40,000 + $2,500 Reebok = $42,500
beat Sage Northcutt: $60,000 to show + $2,500 Reebok = $62,500

Urijah Faber: $160,000 to show + $160,000 to win = $320,000 + $20,000 Reebok = $340,000
beat Brad Pickett: $40,000 to show = $15,000 Reebok = $55,000

Alan Jouban: $27,000 to show + $27,000 to win = $54,000 + $5,000 Reebok = $59,000
beat Mike Perry: $14,000 to show + $2,500 Reebok = $16,500

Paul Craig: $10,000 to show + $10,000 to win = $20,000 + $2,500 Reebok + $50,000 performance bonus = $72,500
beat Luis Henrique da Silva: $14,000 to show + $2,500 Reebok = $16,500

Mizuto Hirota: $17,000 to show + $17,000 to win = $34,000 + $2,500 Reebok = $36,500
beat Cole Miller: $33,000 to show + $15,000 Reebok = $48,000

Colby Covington: $27,000 to show + $27,000 to win = $54,000 + $5,000 Reebok = $59,000
beat Bryan Barberena: $20,000 to show + $2,500 = $22,500

Alex Morono: $15,000 to show + $15,0000 to win = $30,000 + $2,500 Reebok = $32,500
beat James Moontasri: $16,000 to show + $5,000 = $21,000

Josh Emmett: $14,000 to show + $14,000 to win = $28,000 + $2,500 Reebok $32,500
beat Scott Holtzman: $17,000 to show + $2,500 Reebok = $19,500

Leslie Smith: $25,000 to show + $25,000 to win + $50,000 performance bonus + $5,000 Reebok = $110,000
Irene Aldana: $12,000 to show + $50,000 performance bonus + $2,500 Reebok = $64,500

Eddie Wineland:$29,000 to show + $29,000 to win = $58,000 + $15,000 Reebok = $72,000
beat Takeya Mizugaki: $39,000 to show + $15,000 Reebok = $54,000

Hector Sandoval: $12,000 to show + $12,000 to win = $24,000 + $2,500 Reebok = $26,500
beat Fredy Serrano: $12,000 to show + $2,500 Reebok = $14,500

Sultan Aliev: $10,000 win + $10,000 to show = $20,000 + $2,500 Reebok = $22,500
beat Bojan Velickovic: $12,000 to show+ $2,500 Reebok = $14,500

Total disclosed win/show income was $1,094,000
Total disclosed Reebok pay was $145,000
Total disclosed performance bonuses were $200,000
Total disclosed income was $1,439,000

Ordered by income the list is:

Urijah Faber: $340,000
Leslie Smith: $110,000
Michelle Waterson: $82,500
Eddie Wineland: $73,000
Paul Craig: $72,500
Irene Aldana: $64,500
Sage Northcutt: $62,500
Alan Jouban: $59,000
Colby Covington: $59,000
Brad Pickett: $55,000
Takeya Mizugaki: $54,000
Paige VanZant: $48,000
Cole Miller: $48,000
Mickey Gall: $42,500
Mizuto Hirota: $36,500
Alex Morono: $32,500
Josh Emmett: $30,500
Hector Sandoval: $26,500
Bryan Barberena: $22,500
Sultan Aliev: $22,500
James Moontasri: $21,000
Scott Holtzman: $19,500
Mike Perry: $16,500
Luis Henrique da Silva: $16,500
Fredy Serrano: $14,500
Bojan Velickovic: $14,500

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