UFC 251 Fighters Salaries (Sponsorship Bonus)
UFC 251, currently the biggest fight card set after UFC 250. According to reports, two title fights confirmed. Kamaru Usman defend his welterweight title against (Jorge Masvidal). They both earned $500k for their previous fights, it’s not confirmed so far how much do they get paid for UFC 251. But as far as their fight popularity, Usman earned ($500k) straight money while his opponent (Jorge Masvidal) might get paid $350k this time as the event take place behind close doors. UFC 251 salaries and purse payouts will be more than previous event UFC 250 and fight night (ESPN on 12).
UFC fighters get paid extra, which based on the sale of pay-per-view and gateway income. But corona-virus pandemic changed every thing no audience will attend the fight. Jose Aldo, Max Holloway, and Paige VanZant, Jéssica Andrade and Alexander Volkanovski will make big money from the UFC 251 pay-per-view.
UFC 251 Fighters Salaries (Confirmed)UFC 251 Salaries and purse payouts compare to previous pay-per-view 250 will be higher, Usman Kamaru received $500k maximum money 2020.
UFC: leading fighter earning totals as of April 2020
As of June 2019 Conor McGregor, aka The Notorious, is still the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter with the highest career earnings directly from UFC fights with approximately 12 million U.S. dollars. This does not include any undisclosed pay-per-view bonuses or any other bonuses. It also does not include any payments prior to UFC 46 in 2004.
McGregor made over 75 million fighting Floyd Mayweather
Next to any commercial or merchandize deals Conor McGregor made over 75 million U.S. dollars on a single boxing fight versus (now former) professional boxer Floyd Mayweather on August 26th 2017. Conor McGregor retired from Mixed Martial Arts on March 26th 2019. His last official UFC fight was against Khabib Nurmagomedov on October 6th 2018 at UFC 229, which McGregor lost via Neck Crank, a submission move.
Georges St-Pierre most takedowns and strikes landed
Georges St-Pierre, who retired just a month prior to Conor McGregor currently still holds the records for most strikes landed as well as most takedowns landed in the UFC worldwide. In direct fight earning he comes in 5th behind Michael Bisping, however these placings will change rather quickly over time for retired fighters.As of June 2019 Conor McGregor, aka The Notorious, is still the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter with the highest career earnings directly from UFC fights with approximately 12 million U.S. ]]>