Jones-Nunes Top UFC 239 Pay Days

Jon Jones and Amanda Nunes would not only walk out of UFC 239 with the win and their titles, but with $500,000 each for the night.

In information sent to FIGHT SPORTS from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, Jones would lead the salaries for the July 6th event from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, making half a million dollars for his majority decision win over Thiago Santos, who in-turn earned $350,000 for the night.

Nunes would make $300,000 just for getting inside the Octagon on Saturday night, and would earn an extra $200,000 by taking a first round TKO against Holly Holm, who made $300,000 in a losing effort.

Below are the full salaries for each fighter at UFC 239, keep in mind that these are only the fight night pay for each competitor and bonuses and other contractually obligated payments are not listed.

Jon Jones: $500,000

Jorge Masvidal: $200,000 (100K to show/100K to win)

Thiago Santos: $350,000

Amanda Nunes: $500,000 (300K to show/200K to win)

Holly Holm: $300,000

Ben Askren: $210,000

Jorge Masvidal: $200,000 (100K to show/100K to win)

Luke Rockhold: $200,000

Gilbert Melendez: $200,000

Diego Sanchez: $103,000

Michael Chiesa: $104,000 (52K to show/52K to win)

Claudia Gdelha: $102,000 (51K to show/51K to win)

Marlon Delgado: $96,000 (48K to show/48K to win)

Jan Blachowicz: $92,000 (46 K to show/46K to win)

Yadong Song: $90,000 (45K to show/45K to win)

Arnold Allen $64,000 (32K to show/$32K to win)

Alejandro Perez: $42,000

Edmen Shahbazyan: $32,000 (16K to show/16K to win)

Jack Marshman: $30,000

Randa Markos: $30,000

Chance Rencountre: $28,000 (14K to show/14K to win)

Julia Avila: $20,000 (10K to show/10K to win)

Ismail Naurdiev: $14,000

Nohelin Hernandez: $12,000

Pannie Kianzad: $12,000

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