UFC 227 Reebok payouts are in and they are more of the same

Reebok payouts for UFC 227 are meh. Again. TJ and DJ both have $40K from the sports apparel company but the amount they could have pulled in independently is probably triple at minimum. Still, here are the numbers for the event via MMAFighting… T.J. Dillashaw: $40,000 Cody Garbrandt: $30,000 Henry Cejudo: $30,000 Demetrious Johnson: $40,000 … Read more

UFC Liverpool Reebok payouts beyond dreary

MMAJunkie reported on the sad, sad Reebok “sponsorship” payouts for the UFC Liverpool event. The main event fighters combined for $15K and it is almost criminal. One of the things most fans can agree on is that the dynamic range of sponsorships not only benefited exciting fighters financially but they also made each one unique. … Read more

Sad but true, Reebok payments for UFC 217

Broken record I know. Here are the typically lackluster Reebok “sponsorship” payouts for UFC 217. All three former champions made $40K and the new champs made $30K. The rest of the card is unforgivable. How do they justify paying fighters so little to prepare for the biggest nights of their combat sports lives? Broken record … Read more

Reebok Payouts are in and are still not good

MMA Junkie┬áreported the Reebok Payouts for UFC 216 and I will say it again that they aren’t up to snuff. Demetrious Johnson pulled in $40K with Tony Ferguson, Kevin Lee, and Ray Borg snagging $30k. Fabricio Werdum only pulled in a dismal $10K and it is shameful. Werdum is a veteran who is a former … Read more

The Reebok payouts for UFC 215 total just $185K

MMA Junkie reported the UFC 215 Reebok payout figures and as expected they are still mind bogglingly ridiculous. Only four fighters got $20K or more and to put that in perspective upper mid card fighters like Brendan Schaub were making over $100K a fight before the UFC/Reebok deal and that can be fact checked. Here … Read more

Do Reebok payouts for ‘Nelson v Ponzinibbio’ justify fighter frustration?

Once upon a time, the UFC had an open sponsorship policy. This meant Ed Herman could have CondomDepot.com across the front of his trunks. Rich Franklin could promote the American Fighter clothing line and Tito Ortiz could push his Punishment Athletics all by just wearing fight gear. Some fighters claimed to have total sponsorships up … Read more