PFL Playoffs 2 Payouts

October 20, 2019

MMA Payout has obtained the payouts from Thursday night’s PFL event in Las Vegas.  Most participants were paid $25,000 to show and most were paid another $25,000 for the win with an alternate being paid $10,000 just in case.

Via NSAC:

Quarterfinals

Christopher Wade  $25,000

Nathan Andrews  $25,000

 

Islam Mamedov  $25,000 (declared a majority draw with Mamedov winning via tiebreaker)

Loik Radzhabov  $25,000

 

Akmed Aliev  $25,000

Rashid Magomedov  $50,000

 

Natan Schulte  $50,000/$25,000 def.

Ramsey Nijem  $25,000

 

Luis Laurentino  $25,000

Jeremy Fitz-Kennedy  $25,000

 

Daniel Pineda  $25,000/$25,000 def.

Movlid  Khaibulaev  $25,000

 

Alex Gilpin $25,000/$25,000 def.

Andre Harrison  $25,000

 

Lance Palmer  $50,000/$25,000 def.

Marcos Almeida  $25,000

Semifinals

Loik Radzhabov  $25,000/$25,000 def.

Chris Wade  $25,000

 

Natan Schulte $25,000 (no win bonus) def.

Akhmet Aliev  $25,000

 

Daniel Pineda $25,000/$25,000 def.

Jeremy Kennedy $25,000

 

Jeremy Kennedy $25,000/$25,000 def.

Luis Laurentino  $25,000

 

Lance Palmer $25,000 (no win bonus) def.

Alex Gilpin $25,000

 

Alternate

Ylies Dijiroun  $10,000

Payout Perspective:

It should be noted that Natan Schulte, Rashid Magomedov and Lance Palmer were paid $50,000 up front plus a win bonus in the quarterfinals but Schulte and Palmer had no win bonus in the semifinal (Magomedov did not advance in quarters).  The lightweight and featherweights advance to New York on December 31st to compete for the $1 million per weight cash prize.

PFL Playoffs Payout: Harrison tops salaries on night fighters cashed twice

October 14, 2019

MMA Payout has obtained the payout sheet from Friday’s Professional Fighter’s League Friday Night at the Mandalay Bay via the NAC. Kayla Harrison topped the payout roster with $100,000.

Via the Nevada Athletic Commission:

Kayla Harrison $100,000 + 25,000 (quarterfinal winnings) $125,000 def.

Bobbi-Jo Dalziel $25,000

 

Larissa Pacheco $25,000 def.

Sarah Kaufman $25,000

 

David Michaud $25,000 + $25,000 (quarterfinal winnings) = $50,000 def.

John Howard $25,000

 

David Michaud $25,000 + $25,000 (semfinal base and win) = $50,000 def

Glaico Franca $25,000

 

Magomed Magomedkerimov $50,000 + $25,000 (quarterfinal winnings) total $75,000 def.

Christopher Curtis $25,000

 

Glaico Franca $25,000 + $25,000 (quarterfinal winnings) = $50,000 def.

Andre Fialho $25,000

 

Ray Cooper, III  $50,000 + $25,000 (semifinal winnings) = $75,000 def.

Christopher Curtis $25,000 (semifinal base) (Curtis fought in place of Magomedkerimov after he was unable to fight due to illness.)

 

Ray Cooper, III $25,000 (semifinal base) draw

Cheikh-Sadibou Sy $25,000

 

Nikolay Aleksakhin $25,000 def.

Jesse Ronson $12,000

 

Brendan Looughnane $20,000 + $20,000 (quarterfinal winnings) = $40,000

Matthew Waggy $10,000

Handesson Ferreira $10,000

Payout Perspective:

Michaud, Franca, Cooper and Curtis fought twice Friday night.  Curtis advanced to the finals in the welterweight tournament despite a loss to Magomedkerimov due to illness.  Ironically, Curtis had retired after losing a unanimous decision to Magomedkerimov only to get KO’d by Cooper.  Ferreira was paid as a standby despite not fighting on the card.

GGG gets $7.5 equity stake in DAZN parent as part of fight purse

October 5, 2019

ESPN’s Dan Rafael reports the purses for Saturday night’s fight on DAZN for the vacant middleweight title between Gennadiy Golovkin and Sergiy Derevyanchenko.

According to Rafael, GGG will receive $7.5 million in cash and $7.5 million in DAZN parent company equity.  Derevyanchenko will receive a guaranteed payout of $5.2 million but it is being reported as a $4 million purse.

The $7.5 million in equity for GGG is a rather unique way to pay a fighter.  One would have to question whether taking equity in the parent company is better than actual cash…or vice versa.  Certainly, an equity stake could be much more than the cash at the time.  Then again, the actual cash value give the individual the freedom to invest however they wish.  Moreover, the terms as to when GGG could cash out on the equity should be taken into consideration.  Obviously, if it believed that the company could grow, the equity stake could be a valuable commodity.

Pitbull leads Bellator 228 Payous Saturday

September 30, 2019

MMA Payout has obtained the payouts from Saturday’s Bellator event at The Forum in Inglewood, California.  Patricio Freire led the roster of payouts with $200,000.  Main eventers Gegard Mousasi and Lyoto Machida earned $150,000 each for their fight which Mousasi won via split decision.

Via the California State Athletic Commission:

James Barnes  $2,250 def

David Duran  $2,250

 

Joshua Jones $2,000 def

Dominic Clark $2,000

Weber Almeida  $6,000 def

Castle Williams  $2,000

 

Leandro Higo $14,000 def

Shawn Bunch  $13,000

 

Mike Jasper $10,000 def

Johnny Cisneros  $4,000

Antonio McKee $25,000 def

William Sriyapai  $5,000

 

Ava Knight  $10,000 def

Shannon Goughary  $3,000

 

Al Agazarm  $14,000 def

Jonathan Quiroz  $2,000

 

Ian Butler  $1,500 def

Emilio Williams  $1,200

 

Ozzy Diaz  $1,500 def

Andre Walker  $1,500

 

Benji Gomez  $1,500 def

Johnny Santa Maria  $2,000

 

Adrian Najera  $1,200 def

Jason Edwards  $1,200

 

Daniel Weichel  $40,000 def.

Saul Rogers  $20,000

 

Darrion Caldwell $125,000 def

Henry Corrales  $30,000

 

AJ McKee $50,000 def

Georgi Karakhanyan  $30,000

 

Patrico Freire  $200,000 def.

Juan Archuleta  $75,000

 

Fury receives $1M, Wallin $250K per NAC

September 15, 2019

Brent Bookhouse of CBS Sports reported the payouts from Saturday night’s Tyson Fury-Otto Wallin fight.  Fury defeated Wallin via Unanimous Decision in Las Vegas.

Via Nevada Athletic Commission:

Tyson Fury  $1 million

Otto Wallin  $250,000

 

Emmanuel Navarrete  $220,000

Juan Miguel Elorde  $40,000

 

Jose Zepeda  $90,000

Jose Gonzalez  $120,000

 

Felix Alvarez  $40,000

Vyacheslav Shabranskyy  $15,000

 

Jose Cardenas  $20,000

Carlos Cuardras  $50,000

 

Ruben Hernandez  $5,000

Isaac Lowe  $10,000

 

Miguel Perez  $10,000

Gabriel Flores  $10,000

 

Iskander Kharsan  $8,000

Isidro Ochoa $6,000

 

Guido Vianello  $10,000

Cassius Anderson  $6,000

 

Abram Martinez  $4,000

Kevin Johnson  $6,000

Bellator 226 payouts

September 13, 2019

MMA Payout obtained the payouts from this past Saturday’s Bellator event in San Jose.  Ryan Bader, Cheick Kongo and Emmanuel Sanchez topped payroll for the night.

Per the California State Athletic Commission:

Christopher Gonzalez  $10,000  (no win bonus)

Luis Vargas  $1,200

 

Hyder Amil  $2,000/$2,000 win ($4,000)

Ignacio Ortiz  $1,500

 

Renato Valente Alves $1,200/$1,200 win ($2,400)

Abraham Vaessau  $3,000

 

Batsumberi Dagsvadorj  $1,500/$1,500 win ($3,000)

James Terry  $3,000

 

Cass Bell  $5,000/$5,000 win ($10,000)

Isaiah Rocha  $1,200

 

Jessica Borga  $4,000/$4,000 win ($8,000)

Amber Leibrock  $12,000

 

Adam Piccolitti  $22,000/$22,000 win ($44,000)

Jake Smith  $13,000

 

John Teixeira  $17,000/$17,000 win ($34,000)

Ashleigh Grimshaw  $10,000

 

Cornelius Savage  $1,200/$1,200 win ($2,400)

Evan Gubera  $1,200

 

Daniel Gonzales $1,200/$1,200 win ($2,400)

Jonathan Adams  $1,200

 

Peter Ishiguo  $1,200/$1,200 win ($2,400)

Elias Anderson  $1,200

 

Alan Benson  $1,200/$1,200 win ($2,400)

Favian Gutierrez  $1,200

 

Tyson Miller  $1,200/$1,200 win ($2,400)

Albert Gonzales $1,200

 

Ivan Batinich  $1,200/$1,200 win ($2,400)

Daniel Compton  $1,200

Daniel Carey  $8,500/$8,500 win ($17,000)

Gaston Balanos  $10,000

 

Emmanuel Sanchez  $55,000/$55,000 win ($110,000)

Tywan Claxton  $60,000

 

Pedro Carvhalo  $20,000/$20,000 win ($40,000)

Sam Sicilia  $30,000

 

Adam Borics  $25,000/$25,000 win ($50,000)

Patrick Curran  $60,000

 

Derek Campos  $60,000 (no win bonus)

Daniel Straus  $55,000

 

Ryan Bader  $100,000

Cheick Kongo  $100,000

Payout Perspective:

Sanchez is the surprise earner for Saturday but he did draw a $55K/$55K contract for the $110,000 he made over Tywan Claxton.  Most of the prelim fighters were on the $1,200/$1,200 tier with few exceptions.

Nevada Athletic Commission reports Pacquiao to make $10M, Thurman $2.5M

July 20, 2019

ESPN’s Dan Rafael reports the purses for the Pacquiao-Thurman fight taking place tonight in Las Vegas.  Despite the reported purses revealed by the Nevada Athletic Commission, the consensus is that both main event fighters will be receiving substantially more.

Via Rafael per NAC:

Manny Pacquiao: $10 million

Keith Thurman: $2.5 million

 

Omar Figueroa, Jr.:  $300,000

Yordenis Ugas:  $300,000

 

Sergey Lipinets: $250,000

Jayar Inson: $10,000 (as a late replacement, he will receive ‘thousands more’)

 

Luis Nery: $150,000

Juan Carlos Payano:  $25,000

 

Caleb Plant:  $750,000

Mike Lee:  $250,000

 

Efe Ajagba:  $15,000

Ali Eren Demirezen:  $15,000

Faber tops UFC Sacramento payouts

July 15, 2019

MMA Payout has obtained the salaries from this Saturday’s UFC event in Sacramento. The salaries for the event totaled $804,000.

 

Via California State Athletic Commission:

Benito Lopez $12,000/$12,000 = $24,000

Vince Morales $14,000

 

Livia Souza $12,000

Briana Van Buren $12,000/$12,000

 

Liu Pingyuan $14,000

Jonathan Martinez $14,000/$14,000 = $28,000

 

Darren Elkins $62,000

Ryan Hall $35,000/$35,000 = $70,000

 

Julianna Pena $40,000/$40,000

Nicco Montana $30,000

 

Andre Fili $40,000/$40,000

Sheymon da Silva Moraes $21,000

 

Michael Rodriguez $20,000

John Allen $12,000/$12,000 = $24,000

 

Marvin Vettori $20,000/$20,000 = $40,000

Cezar Ferreira $45,000

 

Karl Roberson $25,000/$25,000 = $50,000

Wellington Turman $12,000

 

Josh Emmert  $49,000/$49,000 = $98,000

Mirsad Bektic $38,000

 

Urijah Faber  $170,000/$170,000 = $340,000

Ricky Simon  $23,000

 

Germain de Randamie  $45,000/$45,0000 = $90,000

Aspen Ladd $35,000

Payout Perspective: 

A big payday for the returning “California Kid” with $340,000 plus his $50K fight bonus for his KO of Ricky Simon in the first round.  It does appear that the UFC has raised its minimum pay scale to $12,000 and $12,000 up from $10,000 and $10,000.

Champs Jones and Nunes top UFC 239 salaries

July 7, 2019

The Nevada Athletic Commission disclosed the salaries for Saturday’s UFC 239.  Jon Jones earned the most guaranteed of the night but Amanda Nunes ended up topping the roster.

With her win bonus and Performance bonus, Nunes drew $550,000.  Jones earned $500,000 with no win bonus and challenger, Thiago Santos, earned $350,000.

As compiled by MMA Junkie:

  • Champ Jon Jones ($500,000; no win bonus) vs. Thiago Santos ($350,000; no win bonus)
  • Champ Amanda Nunes ($300,000; $200,000 win bonus) vs. Holly Holm ($300,000; no win bonus)
  • Ben Askren($210,000; $160,000 win bonus) vs. Jorge Masvidal ($100,000; $100,000 win bonus)
  • Jan Blachowicz($46,000; $46,000 win bonus) vs. Luke Rockhold ($200,000; $150,000 win bonus)
  • Michael Chiesa($52,000; $52,000 win bonus) vs. Diego Sanchez ($103,000; $103,000 win bonus)
  • Arnold Allen($32,000; $32,000 win bonus) vs. Gilbert Melendez ($200,000; no win bonus)
  • Nohelin Hernandez($12,000; $12,000 win bonus) vs. Marlon Vera ($48,000; $48,000 win bonus)
  • Claudia Gadelha($51,000; $51,000 win bonus) vs. Randa Markos ($30,000; $30,000 win bonus)
  • Alejandro Perez($42,000; $42,000 win bonus) vs. Song Yadong ($45,000; $45,000 win bonus)
  • Jack Marshman($30,000; $30,000 win bonus) vs. Edmen Shahbazyan ($16,000; $16,000 win bonus)
  • Ismail Naurdiev($14,000; $14,000 win bonus) vs. Chance Rencountre ($14,000; $14,000 win bonus)
  • Julia Avila($10,000; $10,000 win bonus) vs. Pannie Kianzad($12,000; $12,000 win bonus)

Payout Perspective:

Interesting to note that Melendez earning $200,000 as well as Rockhold.  Due to his tenure with the UFC, Diego Sanchez drew $103,000 with the opportunity to have had doubled the amount.

Payouts for Top Rank Boxing’s Comney-Beltran event

June 28, 2019

ESPN’s Dan Rafael reports the purses for Top Rank Boxing’s event in Temcula, California on Friday night.  The information was disclosed by the California State Athletic Commission.

Per Rafael’s post:

Richard Comney:  $350K plus $20K from Ray Beltran’s purse for failing to make weight.

Rey Beltran:  $160K minus $40K per the CSAC

 

Carlos Adames: $30K

Patrick Day:  $50K

 

SauL Rodriguez:  $30K

Miguel Angel Gonzalez:  $5K

 

Junior Fa:  $15K

Dominic Guinn:  $15K

 

Vincente Morales:  $3K

Ruben Rodriguez:  $4K

 

Augustine Mauras:  $3K

Raymond Muratalla:  $4K

 

Joaquin Chavez:  $5K

Elvis Rodriguez:  $6K

 

Jose Antonio Meza:  $4K

Dmitry Yun:  $5K

 

Prisco Marquez:  $3K

Christopher Zavala:  $5K

 

Osbaldo Gonzalez:  $3K

David Kaminsky:  $3K

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