Reebok Pay Report: 13 Fighters, Including Main Event Winner, Bank $2500 In Sponsor Funds

Oh that Reebok money…

Last night the UFC returned to action with the TUF 25 finale event.

13 of the night’s fighters made enough in sponsorship money for a bus ticket home and a McDonald’s value meal… And that’s about it!

That’s because the UFC’s Reeebok program is basically stealing money right out of the Athlete’s pockets, and has been doing so for over a year now.

Instead of making a considerable amount from endorsements, UFC fighters are now stuck accepting only what the UFC is willing to pay them for wearing the Reebok uniform.

Because of that, hardly anyone made anything worth bragging about.

Here’s the breakdown:

Justin Gaethje: $2,500
def. Michael Johnson: $15,000

Jesse Taylor: $2,500
def. Dhiego Lima: $2,500

Drakkar Klose: $2,500
def. Marc Diakiese: $2,500

Jared Cannonier: $2,500
def. Nick Roehrick: $2,500

Brad Tavares: $10,000
def. Elias Theodorou: $5,000

Jordan Johnson: $2,500
def. Marcel Fortuna: $2,500

Angela Hill: $2,500
def. Ashley Yoder: $2,500

James Krause: $5,000
def. Tom Gallicchio: $2,500

C.B. Dollaway: $15,000
def. Ed Herman: $15,000

Tecia Torres: $5,000
def. Juliana Lima: $5,000

Gray Maynard: $15,000
def. Teruto Ishihara: $2,500