UFC 200 sees record-breaking Reebok payout... just the $5,000 for Brock Lesnar 6 years ago

UFC 200 sees record-breaking Reebok payout... just the $5,000 for Brock Lesnar

UFC 200 reached a new high for gate and attendance figures for the promotion in Las Vegas.

Amid the records broken by the UFC's landmark event at the new T-Mobile Arena is the new highest total for Reebok's Athlete Outfitting Policy payouts.


The UFC's official fight gear provider paid out $350,000 on Saturday night, eclipsing the $297,500 from UFC 199.

UFC 200: Tate v Nunes

Daniel Cormier and Miesha Tate were the top-earners with $40,000 each while title challengers Amanda Nunes, Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar took home $30,000 each.

Brock Lesnar, the superstar addition to the UFC 200 fight card, only earned $5,000 for sporting Reebok in the Octagon.


UFC 200: Tate v Nunes

The way that the Athlete Outfitting Policy works is that fighters are awarded a payscale based on how many fights they have in the UFC as well as in the WEC and Strikeforce, during the Zuffa-owned era.

Champions going into events will receive $40,000 while title challengers will earn $30,000 and fighters also earn a percentage (between 20% and 30%) of apparel sold bearing their likenesses.

Here is the full list of Reebok payouts from UFC 200:


Amanda Nunes: $30,000 def. Miesha Tate: $40,000

Brock Lesnar: $5,000 def. Mark Hunt: $10,000

Daniel Cormier: $40,000 def. Anderson Silva $15,000

Jose Aldo: $30,000 def. Frankie Edgar: $30,000


Cain Velasquez: $10,000 def. Travis Browne: $10,000

Julianna Pena: $2,500 def. Cat Zingano: $2,500

Kelvin Gastelum: $5,000 def. Johny Hendricks: $15,000

TJ Dillashaw: $10,000 def. Raphael Assuncao: $5,000

Sage Northcutt: $2,500 def. Enrique Marin: $2,500


Joe Lauzon: $20,000 def. Diego Sanchez: $20,000

Gegard Mousasi: $10,000 def. Thiago Santos: $5,000

Jim Miller: $20,000 def. Takanori Gomi: $10,000