The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, Dec. 2, for yet another exciting night of fights. This time around, the world's most famous mixed martial arts promotion hosted the highly anticipated fight card of UFC 218 inside the Little Caesars Arena for the Detroit crowd and for fight fans tuning in to the pay-per-view worldwide. There were a series of entertaining match ups on the night's card, including a title fight rematch and a heavyweight war in the main event and the co-headliner. UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway headlined the event with a stunning title defense match up. Of course, Holloway did not square off with the opponent initially expected come fight night. Holloway was initially expected to throw down with Frankie Edgar in the night's headliner. However, Edgar was pulled from the fight after suffering an injury. As a result, former champion and former opponent Jose Aldo stepped up on short notice to fight for the featherweight title once again. Aldo and Holloway first faced off at UFC 212. There, Holloway unified his interim title with a stunning TKO victory over the historically dominant featherweight fighter. At UFC 218, Aldo suffered the same results. In a dominant fashion, Holloway managed to score his second consecutive third round TKO stoppage over "Scarface." Of course, that was not the only stoppage of the night. UFC 218's co-main event featured a heavyweight war between UFC heavyweight No. 1 contender Alistair Overeem and rising MMA star Francis Ngannou. Ngannou remains undefeated inside the octagon, as the fighter earned a vicious knockout win over the former K-1 Grand Prix champion. With the exciting night of fights now in the books, it's time to take a look at the UFC Athlete Outfitting payouts for UFC 218. As part of the UFC's uniform deal with Reebok, the sports apparel company compensates fighters for their performances inside the octagon. The total amount of compensation is based on the number of fights each competitor has under the UFC, the Zuffa era of the WEC and the Zuffa era of Strikforce. As a result, the night's headliners walked away with big sums. Holloway earned a total $40,000 from Reebok, as Aldo walked away with $30,000. For a full breakdown of the night's UFC Athlete Outfitting payouts, check out the list below as provided by MMA Junkie: Max Holloway: $40,000 Jose Aldo: $30,000 Alistair Overeem: $10,000 Francis Ngannou: $5,000 Henry Cejudo: $5,000 Sergio Pettis: $5,000 Eddie Alvarez: $5,000 Justin Gaethje: $2,500 Tecia Torres: $5,000 Michelle Waterson: $2,500 Charles Oliveira: $15,000 Paul Felder: $5,000 Alex Oliveira: $10,000 Yancy Medeiros: $10,000 David Teymur: $2,500 Drakkar Klose: $2,500 Felice Herrig: $5,000 Cortney Casey: $5,000 Amanda Cooper: $2,500 Angela Magana: $2,500 Sabah Homasi: $2,500 Abdul Razak Alhassan: $2,500 Jeremy Kimball: $2,500 Dominick Reyes: $2,500 Justin Willis: $2,500 Allen Crowder: $2,500 For more MMA news click here.