How Much Did Lesnar Earn From Reebok For UFC 200 Fight On Saturday?

With UFC 200 officially in the books, it’s time to find out how much money fighters who competed on Saturday’s fight card earned via UFC’s mandatory Reebok sponsorship deals.

Below are the payouts that the fighters earned strictly from the UFC/Reebok outfitting deal for the fights from Las Vegas, Nevada this past Saturday, July 9, 2016. Figures are courtesy of

Note: These are not the usual fighter salaries we post after each event, but instead the amount of money fighters earned strictly from the new Reebok sponsorship deal.

UFC 200 Main Card (Pay-Per-View)

Amanda Nunes: $30,000 def. Miesha Tate: $40,000
Brock Lesnar: $5,000 def. Mark Hunt: $10,000
Daniel Cormier: $40,000 def. Anderson Silva $15,000
Jose Aldo: $30,000 def. Frankie Edgar: $30,000
Cain Velasquez: $10,000 def. Travis Browne: $10,000

UFC 200 Preliminary Card (FOX Sports 1)

Julianna Pena: $2,500 def. Cat Zingano: $2,500
Kelvin Gastelum: $5,000 def. Johny Hendricks: $15,000
T.J. Dillashaw: $10,000 def. Raphael Assuncao: $5,000
Sage Northcutt: $2,500 def. Enrique Marin: $2,500

UFC 200 Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass):

Joe Lauzon: $20,000 def. Diego Sanchez: $20,000
Gegard Mousasi: $10,000 def. Thiago Santos: $5,000
Jim Miller: $20,000 def. Takanori Gomi: $10,000

TOTAL: $350,000

Below is the criteria Reebok uses to determine how much a fighter will be paid for competing on a UFC card.

The amount of fights includes any fights with UFC, as well as the now defunct Strikeforce and WEC promotions. Any fights, even if they are considered professional MMA fights on their pro records, that did not take place in the UFC, Strikeforce or WEC will not be counted towards the following pay scale.

1-5 fights: $2,500
6-10 fights: $5,000
11-15 fights: $10,000
16-20 fights: $15,000
More than 21 fights: $20,000
Title challenger: $30,000
Champion: $40,000

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