Reebok Pay Report: 15 UFC Sydney Fighters Bank $2500 In Sponsor Money

Fight fans clocked to Sydney, Australia on Saturday night, Nov. 18, for the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s latest fight card. This time the mixed martial arts promotion hosted UFC Fight Night 121 inside the Qudos Bank Arena.

The main event featured a heavyweight brawl between former champion Fabricio Werdum and Marcin Tybura. The fight ended up going the distance, along with nine of the other thirteen match ups from the night. In the end, Werdum earned a decision victory over his opponent.

Now with the night of fights in the books, it’s time 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 the company for their octagon performances. The payout is based on the total number of fights each competitor has achieved under the UFC, Zuffa era WEC and Strikeforce.

For a full breakdown of the night’s payouts, check out the list below as provided by MMA Junkie:

Fabricio Werdum: $15,000
def. Marcin Tybura: $2,500

Jessica-Rose Clark: $2,500
def. Bec Rawlings: $5,000

Belal Muhammad: $5,000
def. Tim Means: $15,000

Jake Matthews: $5,000
def. Bojan Velickovic: $5,000

Elias Theodorou: $5,000
def. Daniel Kelly: $5,000

Alex Volkanovski: $2,500
def. Shane Young: $2,500

Ryan Benoit: $5,000
def. Ashkan Mokhtarian: $2,500

Nik Lentz: $15,000
def. Will Brooks: $2,500

Tai Tuivasa: $2,500
def. Rashad Coulter: $2,500

Frank Camacho: $2,500
def. Damien Brown: $2,500

Nadia Kassem: $2,500
def. Alex Chambers: $2,500

Eric Shelton: $2,500
def. Jenel Lausa: $2,500

Adam Wieczorek: $2,500
def. Anthony Hamilton: $5,000