Vets Lead The Way In UFC San Antonio Reebok Pay

Andre Arlovski and Rafael dos Anjos would walk out with the most money from Reebok on Saturday night, both earning $20,000 in sponsorship pay.

While Arlovski would win in the first round of his fight against Ben Rothwell and RDA would fall to Leon Edwards by decision, both fighters have appeared inside the Octagon for more than 21 fights, giving the basement for the highest pay grade for anyone not fighting for a world title.

The payout structure is built on the amount of fights the competitor has had in a Zuffa owned property (UFC, WEC, or Strikeforce.)

1-3 Fights: $3,500

4-5 Fights: $4,000

6-10 Fights $5,000

11-15 Fights: $10,000

16-20 Fights: $15,000

21+ Fights: $20,000

Title Challenger: $30,000

Defending Champion: $40,000

Here’s the breakdown:

Leon Edwards: $10,000
def. Rafael dos Anjos: $20,000

Walt Harris: $10,000
def. Aleksei Oleinik: $5,000

Greg Hardy: $3,500
def. Juan Adams: $3,500

Dan Hooker: $10,000
def. James Vick: $10,000

Alexander Hernandez: $4,000
def. Francisco Trinaldo: $15,000

Andrei Arlovski: $20,000
def. Ben Rothwell: $10,000

Alex Caceres: $20,000
def. Steven Peterson: $4,000

Raquel Pennington: $10,000
def. Irene Aldana: $5,000

Klidson Abreu: $3,500
def. Sam Alvey: $15,000

Jennifer Maia: $3,500
def. Roxanne Modafferi: $5,000

Ray Borg: $5,000
def. Gabriel Silva: $3,500

Mario Bautista: $3,500
def. Jin Soo Son: $3,500

Felipe Colares: $3,500
def. Domingo Pilarte: $3,500

Amongst the fighters to top out pay wise: Rafael dos Anjos, Andrei Arlovski, and Alex Caceres. Sam Alvey and Francisco Trinaldo are also doing pretty well, hitting the $15,000 bracket.

The UFC / Reebok deal is set to run through to 2021.

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