Dillashaw-Cejudo Top UFC On ESPN+ 1 Reebok Pay

Henry Cejudo and T.J. Dillashaw added $40,000 more to their bank accounts on Saturday night, as they lead the way in sponsorship money from Reebok.

The total money dolled out per the UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay, first brokered when the UFC and Reebok partnered in 2015, would total $239,500 on January 19th.

The full UFC on ESPN+ 1 UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance payouts included:

Henry Cejudo: $40,000
def. T.J. Dillashaw: $40,000

Allen Crowder: $3,500
def. Greg Hardy: $3,500

Gregor Gillespie: $5,000
def. Yancy Medeiros: $10,000

Joseph Benavidez: $20,000
def. Dustin Ortiz: $10,000

Paige VanZant: $5,000
def. Rachael Ostovich: $3,500

Glover Teixeira: $15,000
def. Karl Roberson: $4,000

Donald Cerrone: $20,000
def. Alexander Hernandez: $3,500

Joanne Calderwood: $5,000
def. Ariane Lipski: $3,500

Alonzo Menifield: $3,500
def. Vinicius Castro: $3,500

Cory Sandhagen: $3,500
def. Mario Bautista: $3,500

Dennis Bermudez: $15,000
def. Te Edwards: $3,500

Geoff Neal: $3,500
def. Belal Muhammad: $5,000

Chance Rencountre: $3,500
def. Kyle Stewart: $3,500

Per MMAJunkie, the fighters are paid in tiers based on the total number of UFC and Zuffa-era WEC and Strikeforce fights, as fighters with 1-3 bouts receive $3,500 per appearance; 4-5 bouts get $4,000; 6-10 bouts get $5,000; 11-15 bouts earn $10,000; 16-20 bouts pocket $15,000; and 21 bouts and more get $20,000. Additionally, champions earn $40,000 while title challengers get $30,000.

Story Via MMAJunkie

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