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UFC 184: Ronda Rousey's fight purse smaller than Jake Ellenberger's

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Check out the released payouts for the fighters who took part in this past weekend's UFC 184 in Los Angeles, California.

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday night's UFC 184 event may not have been the promotion's most impressive PPV following the slew of injuries and fight cancellations that plagued it, but it still proved to be a lucrative event for several of the fighters involved.

While the event's crowning jewel was women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, she did not top the disclosed payroll according to the figures released.  It was actually Jake Ellenberger, who snapped a three-fight losing streak to pocket $136,000 - $6,000 higher than the champion headlining the event.

Below is the list of disclosed UFC 184 salaries according to the California State Athletic Commission:

Main Card (PPV)
Ronda Rousey: ($65,000 + $65,000 win bonus = $130,000) def. Cat Zingano ($100,000)
Holly Holm ($25,000 + $25,000 win bonus = $50,000) def. Raquel Pennington ($10,000)
Jake Ellenberger: ($68,000 + $68,000 win bonus = $136,000) def. Josh Koscheck ($78,000)
Alan Jouban: ($10,000 + $10,000 win bonus =$20,000) def. Richard Walsh ($8,000)
Tony Ferguson: ($24,000 + $24,000 win bonus = $48,000) def. Gleison Tibau ($50,000)

Prelims (Fox Sports 1)
Roan Carneiro: ($12,000 + $12,000 win bonus = $24,000) def. Mark Munoz ($47,000)
Roman Salazar: $8,000 vs. Norifumi Yamamoto: $15,000
Tim Means ($17,000 + $17,000 win bonus = $34,000) def. Dhiego Lima: $10,000
Derrick Lewis ($15,000 + $15,000 win bonus = $30,000) def. Ruan Potts: $10,000

Prelims (Fight Pass)
Valmir Lazaro($8,000 + $8,000 win bonus = $16,000) def. James Krause: $15,000
Masio Fullen ($8,000 + $8,000 win bonus = $16,000) def. Alexander Torres: $8,000

Disclaimer: It should be noted that these numbers do not reflect a fighter's total earnings, as this does not include the post-fight bonuses, discretionary locker room bonuses, taxes, or sponsorship money