Pay Report: Ngannou, 13 More Clock Less Than $5k At UFC 226

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) delivered another exciting night of fights over the weekend. With the highly anticipated fight card having now come to a close, the time has come to take a look at the UFC fighter salaries.

UFC 226 took place on July 7, for International Fight Week, live on pay-per-view for fight fans around the world. From inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., the exciting fight card offered a series of exciting match ups. However, it would appear that the night’s competitors did not all walk away with massive paydays from their UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance payouts.

A total of 14 fighters made $5,000 or less from the service, in which UFC competitors are compensated for media obligations, Reebok outfitting and other items under the UFC fighter code of conduct. Among those to bank $5,000 or less was none other than co-headliner and former heavyweight title challenger Francis Ngannou, who earned some series controversy for his uneventful fight against Derrick Lewis on the night’s card.

Check out the full UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance payouts from UFC 226 down below, as provided by MMA Junkie:

Daniel Cormier: $40,000
def. Stipe Miocic: $40,000

Derrick Lewis: $10,000
def. Francis Ngannou: $5,000

Mike Perry: $5,000
def. Paul Felder: $10,000

Anthony Pettis: $15,000
def. Michael Chiesa: $10,000

Khalil Rountree: $5,000
def. Gokhan Saki: $3,500

Paulo Costa: $3,500
def. Uriah Hall: $10,000

Raphael Assuncao: $15,000
def. Rob Font: $5,000

Drakkar Klose: $4,000
def. Lando Vannata: $4,000

Curtis Millender: $3,500
def. Max Griffin: $4,000

Dan Hooker: $5,000
def. Gilbert Burns: $5,000

Emily Whitmire: $3,500
def. Jamie Moyle: $3,500

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