UFC 232 Fighter Salaries

The basic salaries from the end-of-year UFC 232 event in California have now been revealed and show that Jon Jones, Alexander Gustafsson and Cris Cyborg all topped the list with $500,000 cheques.

Directly beneath them was the UFC’s newest double-champion Amanda Nunes who took home $350,000, while rounding out the six-figure club on the main pay-per-view portion of the card were Corey Anderson with $130,000, Alex Volkanovski with $125,000 and Carlos Condit with $115,000.

However, there were more fighters who made north of $100,000 on the preliminary portion of the card too, including one of the biggest earners on the night, Andrei Arlovski with $300,000, BJ Penn banking $150,000 and Uriah Hall trousering $110,000.

Check out all the UFC 232 salaries below and keep in mind that this is just their basic paycheque and doesn’t include additional earnings such as sponsorship money, bonuses and any potential cut of the PPV revenue.

Jon Jones: $500,000 (no win bonus) def. Alexander Gustafsson: $500,000
Amanda Nunes: $350,000 (no win bonus) def. Cris Cyborg Justino: $500,000
Michael Chiesa: $96,000 (includes $48,000 win bonus) def. Carlos Condit: $115,000
Corey Anderson: $130,000 (includes $65,000 win bonus) def. Ilir Latifi: $90,000
Alex Volkanovski: $125,000 (includes $60,000 win bonus) def. Chad Mendes: $87,000
Walt Harris: $72,000 (includes $36,000 win bonus) def. Andrei Arlovski: $300,000
Megan Anderson: $60,000 (includes $30,000 win bonus) def. Cat Zingano: $50,000
Petr Yan: $52,000 (includes $26,000 win bonus) def. Douglas Silva de Andrade: $21,000
Ryan Hall: $38,000 (includes $19,000 win bonus) def. B.J. Penn: $150,000
Nathaniel Wood: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus) def. Andre Ewell: $12,000
Uriah Hall: $110,000 (includes $55,000 win bonus) def. Bevon Lewis: $12,000
Curtis Millender: $36,000 (includes $18,000 win bonus) def. Siyar Bahadurzada: $33,000
Montel Jackson: $16,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus) def. Brian Kelleher: $27,000*

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