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UFC Fight Night 73 Reebok payouts: No one makes more than 10k

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The Reebok sponsorship money for UFC Fight Night 73 added up to just over 100k total for 26 fighters.

Joshua Lindsey-USA TODAY Sports

When it comes to smaller UFC events, the sponsorship payouts are around half of what they are for PPVs and Fox shows. So far, anyway - we're working with a pretty small sample size. Saturday's UFC Fight Night 73 event in Nashville had the second-lowest total Reebok sponsorship payout of the seven events under the deal so far, with $107,500 in total. Just three fighters made 10k, and no one made more than that. Here's how it break down by fighter.

Glover Teixeira: $5,000
Ovince Saint Preux: $10,000

Beneil Dariush: $5,000
Michael Johnson: $10,000

Derek Brunson: $5,000
Sam Alvey: $2,500

Jared Rosholt: $5,000
Timothy Johnson: $2,500

Amanda Nunes: $5,000
Sara McMann: $2,500

Ray Borg: $2,500
Geane Herrera: $2,500

Uriah Hall: $5,000
Oluwale Bamgbose: $2,500

Chris Camozzi: $10,000
Tom Watson: $5,000

Dustin Ortiz: $5,000
Willie Gates: $2,500

Frankie Saenz: $2,500
Sirwan Kakai: $2,500

Jonathan Wilson: $2,500
Chris Dempsey: $2,500

Marlon Vera: $2,500
Roman Salazar: $2,500

Scott Holtzman: $2,500
Anthony Christodoulou: $2,500

If you're not aware of the categories for Reebok sponsorship pay yet, it's sorted out by the number of fights you've had under the Zuffa banner (in the UFC, and in WEC/Strikeforce after Zuffa purchased them).


1-5 fights = $2,500
6-10 fights = $5,000
11-15 fights = $10,000
16-20 fights = $15,000
21+ fights = $20,000
Title challenger = $30,000
Champion = $40,000