UFC on Fox 4: Shogun and Machida earn highest salaries from event’s $963,000 payroll


After the UFC on Fox 4 event this past weekend it has been revealed that Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Lyoto Machida were the highest paid fighters. Rua earned himself $240,000 from the event and Machida banked $200,000 making a combined total of $440,000.

Travis Browne talks upcoming fight with ‘Bigfoot’ Silva at UFC on FX 5 *VIDEO*

ProMMAnow.com caught up with unbeaten UFC heavyweight Travis Browne (13-1-1) Saturday night while he was hanging out at UFC on FOX 4 in Los Angeles, an event he was originally supposed to fight on against “Big” Ben Rothwell before Rothwell was forced to withdraw due to injury.

Interview: Danny Castillo on teammate Nam Phan’s victory and upcoming bout at UFC 151 *VIDEO*

ProMMAnow.com caught up with UFC lightweight and Team Alpha Male member Danny Castillo, who was at UFC on FOX 4 Saturday night to support his teammate Nam Phan. Castillo talked with us about Phan’s performance, his own success inside the Octagon and his upcoming fight at UFC 151 against TUF 12 finalist Michael Johnson.

Phil DeFries is ‘Over the Moon’ after his win over Oli Thompson at UFC on FOX 4 *VIDEO*

UFC heavyweight Phil DeFries (9-1, 1 NC) picked up his second win inside the Octagon over the weekend with a second round submission of Oli Thompson (9-4) at UFC on FOX 4 in Los Angeles. ProMMAnow.com’s Dan “The Wolfman” Theodore spoke with Phil after the fight.

Manny Gamburyan talks win over Omigawa: ‘It was one of the toughest fights I ever fought’ *VIDEO*

ProMMAnow.com’s Dan “The Wolfman” Theodore caught up with Manny “The Anvil” Gamburyan Saturday night following his unanimous decision win over Japanese judoka Michihiro Omigawa at UFC on FOX 4 in Los Angeles.

UFC on FOX 4 bonuses: Swick and Varner take home $50K, Lauzon earns $100K

After an exciting night of fights at UFC on Fox 4, Joe Lauzon, Mike Swick and Jamie Varner each took home $50,000 in bonus money. The event that took place on Saturday night featured headline bout between Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Brandon “The Truth” Vera.