UFC on ESPN 13 fighter payouts under UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance

The UFC released the total payout to fighters under the UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance from Wednesday night’s ESPN event that took place in Abu Dhabi. 

The program includes media obligations, outfitting requirements, and the fighter code of conduct. This program will replace the payments made under the UFC Athlete outfitting Policy. 

The UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance program’s payout tiers allocate the money generated through Reebok’s multi-year sponsorship with the UFC.

The fighters will be paid based on their total number of UFC fights.     

Fighters with 1-3 fights will receive $3,500 per bout; 4-5 fights will get $4000; 6-10 fights will get $5000; 11-15 fights earn $10,000; 16-20 bank $15,000; and 21 or more fights get $20,000.

Of course, champions earn $40,000 while challengers get $30,000.

Below are the total payouts for 2020. 2020 UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance payouts: 

Calvin Kattar: $5,000

def. Dan Ige: $5,000

Tim Elliott: $10,000

def. Ryan Benoit: $5,000

Jimmie Rivera: $5,000

def. Cody Stamann: $5,000

Taila Santos: $3,500

def. Molly McCann: $4,000

Mounir Lazzez: $3,500

def. Abdul Razak Alhassan: $5,000

Khamzat Chimaev: $3,500

def. John Phillips: $4,000

Lerone Murphy: $3,500

def. Ricardo Ramos: $5,000

Modestas Bukauskas: $3,500

def. Andreas Michailidis: $3,500

Jared Gordon: $5,000

def. Chris Fishgold: $4,000

Liana Jojua: $3,500

def. Diana Belbita: $3,500

Jack Shore: $3,500

def. Aaron Phillips: $3,500

 

Year-to-date total: $3,123,000

2019 total: $7,370,500

2018 total: $6,901,000

2017 total: $6,295,000

2016 total: $7,138,000

2015 total: $3,185,000

Program-to-date total: $34,127,500

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