UFC flyweight champion Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson topped the list of fighter salaries from this weekend’s Sat., September 27, 2014) UFC 178 pay-per-view (PV) from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, earning $183,000 for his second round submission of Chris Cariaso in the event’s headliner.

Johnson took home $129,000 for his base salary and $54,000 as a win bonus in his fifth straight title defense.

The man whom many felt was the real star of the show, rising Irish featherweight Conor McGregor, came in a close second with a 0,000 payday, which included ,000 and ,000 to win.

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Lightweight Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone was next, taking home 6,000 for his co-main event defeat of former Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez, who earned 0,000 for his Octagon debut.

Here is the full list of UFC 178 fighter salaries released by the NAC earlier today:

Demetrious Johnson: 3,000 (includes ,000 win bonus)

def. Chris Cariaso: $24,000

Donald Cerrone: 6,000 (includes ,000 win bonus)

def. Eddie Alvarez: $100,000

Conor McGregor: $150,000 (includes $75,000 win bonus)

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def. Dustin Poirier: ,000

Yoel Romero: $58,000 (includes $29,000 win bonus)

def. Tim Kennedy: $70,000

Cat Zingano: $18,000 (includes $9,000 win bonus)

def. Amanda Nunes: ,000

Dominick Cruz: $100,000 (includes $50,000 win bonus)

def. Takeya Mizugaki: $32,000

Jorge Masvidal: ,000 (includes ,000 win bonus)

def. James Krause: $15,000

Stephen Thompson: $32,000 (includes $16,000 win bonus)

def. Patrick Cote: $33,000

Brian Ebersole: $42,000 (includes $21,000 win bonus)

def. John Howard: $21,000

Kevin Lee: $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus)

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def. Jon Tuck: $10,000

Manny Gamburyan: $50,000 (includes $25,000 win bonus)

def. Cody Gibson: $10,000

Disclaimer: The figures do not include deductions for items such as insurance, licenses and taxes. Additionally, the figures do not include money paid by sponsors, which is often a substantial portion of a fighter’s income. They also do not include any other “lockerroom” or special discretionary bonuses the UFC often pays. Additionally, they don’t include any PPV revenue top fighters may receive.

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