Brock Lesnar Makes Huge Amount For UFC 200, Other Payouts Revealed

By Carlos Toro

In the aftermath of UFC 200, we got some surprising news as to how much money Brock Lesnar made after his unanimous decision victory over Mark Hunt.

According to Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports, Lesnar’s purse was $2.5 million for the win. It is the biggest guaranteed payday for a fighter in UFC history. For a comparison, Conor McGregor held the previous record for guaranteed money after his UFC 196 match and that was only $1 million.

The $2.5 million does not include money that he will receive for pay-per-view sales, which many expect would be record setting numbers for the company.

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Aside from Lesnar, all other fighters from the historic card received a record setting total pay from UFC Athlete Outfitting pay, a program that started after the UFC entered a partnership with Reebok. The total pay was at $350,000 for the fighters, breaking the previous mark of $297,500 set at UFC 199.

The full UFC 200 UFC Athlete Outfitting payouts are as follows:

Amanda Nunes: $30,000

Miesha Tate: $40,000

Brock Lesnar: $5,000

Mark Hunt: $10,000

Daniel Cormier: $40,000

Anderson Silva $15,000

Jose Aldo: $30,000

Frankie Edgar: $30,000

Cain Velasquez: $10,000

Travis Browne: $10,000

Julianna Pena: $2,500

Cat Zingano: $2,500

Kelvin Gastelum: $5,000

Johny Hendricks: $15,000

T.J. Dillashaw: $10,000

Raphael Assuncao: $5,000

Sage Northcutt: $2,500

Enrique Marin: $2,500

Joe Lauzon: $20,000

Diego Sanchez: $20,000

Gegard Mousasi: $10,000

Thiago Santos: $5,000

Jim Miller: $20,000

Takanori Gomi: $10,000

Iole also reported that Cormier was supposed to receive $1 million guaranteed for fighting Jon Jones, but obviously, that fight never transpired as Jones was taken out of the card for a possible doping violation by USADA. Instead he got a reported $500,000 for last night’s fight. Anderson Silva, who fought Cormier at UFC 200, got a payday of $600,000.

Hunt will receive $700,000 and UFC headliners Miesha Tate and Amanda Nunez will also receive $500,000 and $100,000, respectively. The featherweight title fight competitors Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar will earn $400,000 and $190,000, respectively.

Champions going into events will receive $40,000 while title challengers will earn $30,000 and fighters also earn a percentage between 20 and 30 percent of apparel sold bearing their likenesses.

As for Fight Night bonuses, according to a Forbes article, there were four Perfomance of the Night bonuses handed to Cain Velazquez, Gerard Mousasi, Joe Lauzon and Amanda Nunez, but no Fight of the Night bonus.

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