UFC Dublin took place on Saturday night from the 3Arena in the heart of Ireland’s capital. It wasn’t the most star studded event and as a result of it lacking many long term UFC employees the Reebok Sponsor Payout totalled $62,500.
Please note that the following does not include fighter purses.
Darren Elkins earned the most ($10,000) from Reebok having fought for the UFC a total of thirteen times now. Of the Irish fighters Norman Parke (eight appearances) and Cathal Pendred (six appearances) walked away with the most earning $5,000 each.
Four men were tied in earning the most on extras during the night. Aside from their fight purse Neil Seery, Tom Breese, Nicolas Dalby, and Darren Till each earned $52,500 extra on the night from bonus and reebok pay.
Of the four above mentioned fighters Breese finished his fight the quickest meaning that he earned over $11,500 in extras per minute in his TKO win over Cathal Pendred.
Louis Smolka $2,500 def. Paddy Holohan: $2,500
Norman Parke: $5,000 def. Reza Madadi: $2,500
Nicolas Dalby: $2,500 & Darren Till: $2,500
Neil Seery: $2,500 def. Jon Delos Reyes: $2,500
Stevie Ray: $2,500 def. Mickael Lebout: $2,5000
Aisling Daly: $2,500 def. Ericka Almeida: $2,500
Krzysztof Jotko: $2,500 def. Scott Askham: $2,500
Tom Breese: $2,500 def. Cathal Pendred: $5,000
Darren Elkins: $10,000 def. Robert Whiteford: $2,500
Garreth McLellan: $2,500 def. Bubba Bush: $2,500
BONUS PAY, earning $50,000 each:
Neil Seery & Tom Breese ‘Performance of the Night’
Nicolas Dalby vs. Darren Till ‘Fight of the Night’
Reebok Fighter Pay Structure –
1-5 fights earn $2,500 per fight
6-10 fights earn $5,000 per fight
11-15 fights earn $10,000 per fight
16-20 fights earn $15,000 per fight
21 bouts and more earn $20,000 per fight
UFC Champions earn $40,000 while title challengers earn $30,000 per fight