The disclosed salaries for Strikeforce: Miami are now in, and show that both Nick Diaz and Robbie Lawler were handsomely rewarded for their first round victories at the event.
Both Diaz and Lawler banked $100,000 for their victories. Herschel Walker was also confirmed by Scott Coker as having received a “six figure sum” which will be donated to charity, though only $600 is noted as his disclosed salary.
Jay Heiron took home $65,000 for his victory over Joe Riggs, while Bobby Lashley pocketed $50,000 for his easy win over Wes Sims, who received $25,000 for stepping in as a late replacement.
Hopefully Marloes Coenen earned more than the disclosed $2,000 for her defeat at the hands of Cris Cyborg who had her bank balance boosted by $35,000 after her successful title defense.
See the full salary payout for the event below:
- Nick Diaz: $100,000 (no win bonus)
- Marius Zaromskis: $30,000
- Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos: $35,000 ($15,000 win bonus and $5,000 “championship” bonus)
- Marloes Coenen: $2,000
- Herschel Walker: $600 (no win bonus)
- Greg Nagy: $5,000
- Robbie Lawler: $100,000 (no win bonus)
- Melvin Manhoef: $5,000
- Bobby Lashley: $50,000 (no win bonus)
- Wes Sims: $25,000
- Jay Hieron: $65,000 ($35,000 win bonus)
- Joe Riggs: $30,000
- Michael Byrnes: $2,000 ($1,000 win bonus)
- David Zitnik: $1,500
- Joe Ray: $1,500 ($500 win bonus)
- John Clarke: $1,000
- David Gomez: $2,000 ($1,000 win bonus)
- Craig Oxley: $1,500
- Pablo Alfonso: $3,000 ($1,500 win bonus)
- Marcos DaMatta: $2,500
- Hayder Hassan: $2,000 ($1,000 win bonus)
- Ryan Keenan: $2,000
- John Kelly: $2,000 ($1,000 win bonus)
- Sabah Homasi: $1,000