Holloway Leads Reebok Pay For UFC 236
On Monday, it was revealed that Max Holloway, in addition to being one of the highest paid fighters at UFC 236, would also receive another $40,000 from Reebok.
Reebok, the official athletic wear sponsor of the UFC, hands out bonuses for fighters in-lieu of any sponsors they may have gained outside of the UFC.
While Holloway topped the list with a $40,000 payday, new interim lightweight champion Dustin Poirier, new interim middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, and Kelvin Gastelum walked away with $30,000 each.
Below is a list of all the Reebok payouts (courtesy of MMA Junkie).
Dustin Poirier: $30,000 def. Max Holloway: $40,000
Israel Adesanya: $30,000 def. Kelvin Gastelum: $30,000
Khalil Rountree: $5,000 def. Eryk Anders: $5,000
Dwight Grant: $3,500 def. Alan Jouban: $10,000
Nikita Krylov: $10,000 def. Ovince Saint Preux: $20,000
Matt Frevola: $3,500 def. Jalin Turner: $3,500
Alexandre Pantoja: $5,000 def. Wilson Reis: $10,000
Zelim Imadaev: $3,500 def. Max Griffin: $5,000
Khalid Taha: $3,500 def. Boston Salmon: $3,500
Belal Muhammad: $5,000 def. Curtis Millender: $4,000
Andre Soukhamthath: $5,000 def. Montel Jackson: $3,500
Poliana Botelho: $4,000 def. Lauren Mueller: $3,500
Brandon Davis: $4,000 def. Randy Costa: $3,500
Defending champions are slated to make $40,000 per fight, while other fighters are paid out based on the number of fights they’ve had in the UFC and the defunct WEC and Strikeforce promotions (properties owned by the UFC.)