PAID! UFC’s Reebok Deal Already Pays Out 7 Figures In 2017, Following Saturday’s Fight Night In Brazil

Ever since the UFC took the ability for fighters to book their own endorsement deals away, fight fans have been on the case.

After every event we release the report of Reebok sponsorship money paid out, and after every event fight fans are critical of those dollar amounts.

Much to the surprise of many, the UFC has paid out more than $1 Million dollars to their athletes, just this year alone.

It’s a pretty good sign for those critics looking to make sure their favorite fighter is getting paid.

The payouts from Saturday’s card are as follows:

Kelvin Gastelum: $10,000
def. Vitor Belfort: $20,000

Mauricio Rua: $15,000
def. Gian Villante: $10,000

Edson Barboza: $15,000
def. Beneil Dariush: $10,000

Ray Borg: $5,000
def. Jussier Formiga: $5,000

Bethe Correia: $5,000
vs. Marion Reneau: $5,000

Alex Oliveira: $5,000
def. Tim Means: $10,000

Kevin Lee: $5,000
def. Francisco Trinaldo: $10,000

Sergio Moraes: $5,000
def. Davi Ramos: $2,500

Joe Soto: $5,000
def. Rani Yahya: $15,000

Michel Prazeres: $5,000
def. Josh Burkman: $15,000

Jeremy Kennedy: $2,500
def. Rony Jason: $5,000

Paulo Borrachinha: $2,500
def. Garreth McLellan: $2,500