UFC 216 Reebok Pay Report: Most Fighters Actually Make Decent Money This Round

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) took to the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. on Saturday night for the highly anticipated event UFC 216. In the night’s main event, Tony Ferguson and Kevin Lee faced off for the interim lightweight title. Ferguson earned a submission victory over Lee, crowning “El Cucuy” as the interim champion. With the fun night of fights now in the books, the UFC Athlete Outfitting payouts for UFC 216 have been revealed.

As part of the UFC’s uniform deal with sports apparel company Reebok, fighters are compensated for their octagon performances by the sports apparel business. This time around, it would appear that many of the night’s competitors went home with ample pay. The total earnings for UFC 216 Reebok payouts picked up to $242,500.

For the full list of Reebok fighter payouts, see the list below as provided by MMA Junkie:

Tony Ferguson: $30,000
def. Kevin Lee: $30,000

Demetrious Johnson: $40,000
def. Ray Borg: $30,000

Fabricio Werdum: $10,000
def. Walt Harris: $5,000

Mara Romero Borella: $2,500
def. Kalindra Faria: $2,500

Beneil Dariush: $10,000
vs. Evan Dunham: $15,000

Cody Stamann: $2,500
def. Tom Duquesnoy: $2,500

Lando Vannata: $2,500
vs. Bobby Green: $10,000

Poliana Botelho: $2,500
def. Pearl Gonzalez: $2,500

Matt Schnell: $2,500
def. Marco Beltran: $5,000

John Moraga: $10,000
def. Magomed Bibulatov: $2,500

Brad Tavares: $10,000
def. Thales Leites: $15,000