Disclosed salaries of UFC 184 fighters

February 28, 2015

MMA Junkie reports the payouts for Saturday’s UFC 184. As reported yesterday, Cat Zingano will make more in show money than women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.

The salaries were released by the California State Athletic Commission and obtained by Junkie:

• Champ Ronda Rousey ($65,000 to show, $65,000 to win) vs. Cat Zingano ($100,000/$100,000) – for women’s bantamweight title

• Holly Holm ($25,000/$25,000) vs. Raquel Pennington ($10,000/$10,000)

• Jake Ellenberger ($68,000/$68,000) vs. Josh Koscheck ($78,000/$78,000)

• Alan Jouban ($10,000/$10,000) vs. Richard Walsh ($8,000/$8,000)

• Tony Ferguson ($24,000/$24,000) vs. Gleison Tibau ($50,000/$50,000)

• Roan Carneiro ($12,000/$12,000) vs. Mark Munoz ($47,000/$47,000)

• Roman Salazar ($8,000/$8,000) vs. Norifumi Yamamoto ($15,000/$15,000)

• Dhiego Lima ($10,000/$10,000) vs. Tim Means ($17,000/$17,000)

• Derrick Lewis ($15,000/$15,000) vs. Ruan Potts ($10,000/$10,000)

• James Krause ($15,000/$15,000) vs. Valmir Lazaro ($8,000/$8,000)

• Masio Fullen ($8,000/$8,000) vs. Alexander Torres ($8,000/$8,000)

Payout Perspective:

Rousey will make more with her cut of the PPV and it is reported that she should make at least $1 million for her title defense on Saturday. As for the rest of the card, Holly Holm debuts with a $25K/$25K deal. Aside from Zingano and Rousey, Josh Koschek ($78K/$78K) and Jake Ellenberger ($68K/$68K) are the other high-paid fighters on Saturday’s card.

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