Pay Report: Till Only Earns $2500 For Cerrone Finish, In One Of Lowest Event Payouts In Reebok History

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) moved to Gdansk, Poland on Saturday for its most recent mixed martial arts event. There inside the Ergo Arena, UFC Fight Night 118 hosted a day of exciting fights.

Headlining the card, the undefeated Darren Till faced off against welterweight contender Donald Cerrone for division dominance. Till put on a stunning performance against “Cowboy,” earning a swift first round TKO victory over Cerrone. That being said, Till did not break the bank when it came time for the latest round of UFC Athlete Outfitting payouts.

As part of the UFC’s uniform deal with sports apparel company Reebok, octagon competitors are compensated for their fights. The process is referred to as a UFC Athlete Outfitting payout. While Till put on a dominant display in the day’s main event, the fighter only took home $2,500 from Reebok. Donald Cerrone, on the other hand, walked away with the highest payout of the night. “Cowboy” snagged a total $20,000.

Reebok’s payouts are based on the fighter’s total number of UFC bouts, leading to Cerrone’s big payday. For the full breakdown of the event’s fighter payouts, check out the list below as provided by MMA Junkie.

Darren Till: $2,500
def. Donald Cerrone: $20,000

Karolina Kowalkiewicz: $5,000
def. Jodie Esquibel: $2,500

Jan Blachowicz: $5,000
def. Devin Clark: $2,500

Oskar Piechota: $2,500
def. Jonathan Wilson: $2,500

Marcin Held: $2,500
def. Nasrat Haqparast: $2,500

Brian Kelleher: $2,500
def. Damian Stasiak: $2,500

Ramazan Emeev: $2,500
def. Sam Alvey: $10,000

Andre Fili: $5,000
def. Artem Lobov: $5,000

Warlley Alves: $5,000
def. Salim Touahri: $2,500

Aspen Ladd: $2,500
def. Lina Lansberg: $2,500

Josh Emmett: $2,500
def. Felipe Arantes: $10,000