Now that UFC Ottawa is in the books, we can turn our attention to the official Reebok sponsorship pay.
“”Cowboy” Donald Cerrone and fellow World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) veteran Cub Swanson took home the largest chunk of Reebok sponsorship pay with ,000 apiece. Perennial middleweight gatekeeper Derek Brunson pocketed a cool $15,000 for the second highest payout.
Here is a look at the complete list of Reebok pay (via MMA Junkie):
- Donald Cerrone: $20,000 def. Al Iaquinta: $10,000
- Derek Brunson: $15,000 def. Elias Theodorou: $5,000
- Shane Burgos: $5,000 def. Cub Swanson: $20,000
- Merab Dvalishvili: $4,000 def. Brad Katona: $3,500
- Walt Harris: $10,000 def. Serghei Spivac: $3,500
- Andrew Sanchez: $5,000 def. Marc-Andre Barriault: $3,500
- Macy Chiasson: $3,500 def. Sarah Moras: $5,000
- Vince Morales: $3,500 def. Aiemann Zahabi: $3,500
- Nordine Taleb: $10,000 def. Kyle Prepolec: $3,500
- Matt Sayles: $3,500 def. Kyle Nelson: $3,500
- Arjan Bhullar: $4,000 def. Juan Adams: $3,500
- Cole Smith: $3,500 def. Mitch Gagnon: $5,000
A fighters Reebok pay is based on their accumulative fighters including UFC, WEC, and Strikeforce. According to the report, fighters will also receive royalty and payments up to 20 to 30 percent of any UFC-related merchandise sold that bears his or her likeness.