Harrison Leads Salaries At PFL 7

It’s no surprise that Kayla Harrison was the highest-paid fighter at PFL 7 this past weekend at the Mandalay Bay.

Harrison, who like her other female lightweights, only fought once on October 11th, where the winning male competitors had to fight twice to make it to their respective finals, earned $124,850  for her first round submission win over Bobbi Jo Dalziel.

The two-time Olympic gold medalist earned $100,000 in base salary and another $25,000 for winning the fight and moving on to face Larissa Pacheco in the $1 million world championship finals.

David Michaud followed behind Harrison, earning  $25,000 per fight, along with an additional $50,000 for winning both his quarterfinal and semi=final fights.

Here are the full salaries from PFL 7 as disclosed by the Nevada State Athletic Commission

Kayla Harrison: $124,850 — $100,000 to show, $25,000 to win minus $150 in licensing fees

Bobbi Jo Dalziel: $24,900 — $25,000 to show minus $100 in licensing fees

Sarah Kaufman: $25,000

Larissa Pacheco: $34,900 — $25,000 to show, $25,000 to win minus $100 in licensing fees and $15,000 for foreign withholding

David Michaud: $99,850 — $25,000 to show, $25,000 to win in quarterfinals. $25,000 to show, $25,000 to win in semifinals minus $150 in licensing fees.

John Howard: $24,850 — $25,000 to show minus $150 in licensing fees

Magomed Magomedkerimov: $74,850 — $50,000 to show, $25,000 to win in quarterfinals minus $150 for licensing fees.

Chris Curtis: $49,850 — $25,000 to show in quarterfinals, $25,000 to show in semifinals minus $150 in licensing fees

Glaico Franca: $74,800 — $25,000 to show, $25,000 to win in quarterfinals. $25,000 to show in semifinals minus $200 in licensing fees.

Andre Fialho: $24,800 — $25,000 to show minus $200 in licensing fees

Sabidou Sy: $15,500 — $25,000 to show minus $200 in licensing fees plus $7,500 foreign withholding and $1,800 in miscellaneous fees.

Ray Cooper: $99,800 — $50,000 to show, $25,000 to win in quarterfinals. $25,000 to show in semifinals minus $200 in licensing fees.

Jesse Ronson: $8,200 — $12,000 to show minus $200 in licensing fees and $3,600 in foreign withholding.

Nikolay Aleksakhin: $49,800 — $25,000 to show, $25,000 to win minus $200 in licensing fees.

Brendan Loughnane: $27,950 — $20,000 to show, $20,000 to win minus $50 in licensing fees and $12,000 in foreign withholding.

Matthew Wagy: $9,850 — $10,000 to show minus $150 in licensing fees.

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