UFC 191 is now in the books and now it’s time to pay the fighters, we’re talking to you Reebok, which is the official fighter sponsor for all UFC athletes.

As the champion, Demetrious Johnson earned an event-high ,000 in Reebok sponsorship while his challenger John Dodson was right behind him with the ,000.

Also, for the co-main event, Frank Mir earned $20,000 while his opponent, which he lost to, Andrei Arlovski earned $15,000.

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UFC 191 took place on Saturday, September 5, 2015, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event aired on pay-per-view, FOX Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass.

Demetrious Johnson fought John Dodson in the main event for the flyweight championship while heavyweights Frank Mir and Andrei Arlovski battled in the co-main event. Also on the card was Anthony Johnson vs. Jimi Manuwa and UFC’s next big thing Paige VanZant in action.

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The full Reebok payouts include:

Demetrious Johnson: $40,000

def. John Dodson $30,000

Andrei Arlovski: $15,000

def. Frank Mir: $20,000

Anthony Johnson: $15,000

def. Jimi Manuwa: $5,000

Corey Anderson: $2,500

def. Jan Blachowicz: ,500

Paige VanZant: $2,500

def Alex Chambers: $2,500

Ross Pearson: $15,000

def. Paul Felder: ,500

John Lineker: $5,000

def. Francisco Rivera: $5,000

Raquel Pennington: $2,500

def. Jessica Andrade: $5,000

Tiago Trator: $2,500

def. Clay Collard: $2,500

Joe Riggs: $10,000

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def. Ron Stallings: $2,500

Joaquim Silva: $2,500

def. Nazareno Malegarie: $2,500

Reebok paid a total of $192,500 to the fighters, which is up from the last UFC event that was a total of $142,500.

We have full results from this event on the main news board.

Andrew Ravens has been writing about combat sports since 2013 and has been a fan for over ten years! Andrew brings a different style to his work with an insider look into the fighters themselves.