Reebok Pay Report: 17 Fighters Walk With $5k Or Less, Saturday In Brazil

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) ventured to Sao Paulo, Brazil on Saturday for UFC Fight Night 119. The event featured the highly anticipated octagon return of Brazil’s Lyoto Machida. “The Dragon” has not competed in the UFC for two years, as the fighter faced a 18 month suspension for an anti-doping policy violation.

In his big return, Mahcida went toe-to-toe with Derek Brunson. Brunson made short work of his opponent, earning a knockout victory within the first round. The win made for Brunson’s second consecutive first round knockout victory inside the octagon. With the exciting night of fights now in the books, the time has come to look at the UFC Athlete Outfitting payouts.

As part of the UFC’s uniform deal with sports apparel company Reebok, fighters are compensated by Reebok for their octagon performances. Too see all of tonight’s payouts, check out the list below as provided by MMA Junkie.

Derek Brunson: $15,000
def. Lyoto Machida: $20,000

Colby Covington: $5,000
def. Demian Maia: $20,000

Pedro Munhoz: $5,000
def. Rob Font: $5,000

Francisco Trinaldo: $15,000
def. Jim Miller: $20,000

Thiago “Marreta” Santos: $10,000
def. Jack Hermansson: $2,500

John Lineker: $10,000
def. Marlon Vera: $5,000

Vicente Luque: $5,000
def. Niko Price: $2,500

Antonio Carlos Junior: $5,000
def. Jack Marshman: $2,500

Jared Gordon: $2,500
def. Hacran Dias: $5,000

Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos: $2,500
def. Max Griffin: $2,500

Deiveson Figueiredo: $2,500
def. Jarred Brooks: $2,500

Marcelo Golm: $2,500
def. Christian Colombo: $2,500

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