WSOF 4 Salaries And Medical Suspensions

Posted on August 12, 2013, 05:21 PM by Rory Kernaghan
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WSOF 4 went down last night, and the new promotion on the scene put on an exciting show. The main event saw Tyrone Spong move to 2-0 in his MMA career, Ray Sefo and Mike Huckaba had a barn burner, and Gesias Cavalcante scored a TKO win over UFC vet Tyson Griffin.

The salaries and medical suspensions have been released today, and here is how the WSOF 4 fighters fared:

Tyrone Spong: $31,000 (includes $9,000 win bonus) def. Angel DeAnda: $4,000

Marlon Moraes: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus) def. Brandon Hempleman: $3,000

Nick Newell: $28,000 (includes $14,000 win bonus) def. Keon Caldwell: $2,000

Dave Huckaba: $12,000 (includes $6,000 win bonus) def. Ray Sefo: $30,000

Gesias JZ Cavalcante: $18,000 (includes $9,000 win bonus) def. Tyson Griffin: $8,000

Gerald Harris: $30,000 (includes $15,000 win bonus) def. Jorge Santiago: $13,000

Lewis Gonzalez: $4,000 (includes $2,000 win bonus) def. Antonio McKee: $6,000

Jared Papazian: $4,000 (includes $2,000 win bonus) def. John Robles: $2,000

Medical Suspensions:

Brandon Hempleman: Suspended 60 days, with no contact for 60 days for forehead laceration.

Ray Sefo: Suspended 45 days, with no contact for 30 days for precautionary reasons.

Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante: Suspended 180 days, with no contact for 180 days for knee injury.

Tyson Griffin: Suspended 180 days, with no contact for 180 days for neck injury.

Gerald Harris: Suspended 180 days, with no contact for 180 days for possible hand fracture.

Lewis Gonzalez: Suspended 60 days, with no contact for 60 days for eyelid laceration.

Antonio McKee: Suspended 180 days, with no contact for 180 days for vision loss in right eye.

John Robles: Suspended 180 days (180 days no contact) following possible shoulder, knee and elbow injuries.

Victor Valenzuela: Suspended 180 days (180 days no contact) following possible knee injury.

Victor Valenzuela: $4,000 (includes $2,000 win bonus) def. Isaac Gutierrez: $2,000

All in all it was a great night for WSOF, although it came at a cost for it's athletes who took a fair amount of punishment for their efforts.

 


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  • N.C.
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    Comments from people who said UFC doesn't pay their under cards enough?

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  • IGMBurninPiff
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    N.c I agree the fighter pay in the UFC isn't as bad as it may seem especially with all the bonus options and sponsors for a new sport. To counteract your post however, I'd argue the UFC makes better than 10x's what WSOF does, therefore they should get paid atleast 5x's better. most of the lower undercard fighters in the UFC only make double or triple some of these.

    Reply 8 months ago
  • D
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    It is a travesty of justice that Ray Sefo was only paid $30K for his fight. The President of WSOF should be ashamed.

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  • Macafier
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    Ray Sefo is the president of WSOF... I can't tell if you're being sacarstic though.

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