UFC Light Heavyweight Daniel Cormier led the UFC 170 payroll in his Light Heavyweight debut earning $160,000 for his first round TKO victory over Patrick Cummins.
Following Cormier was UFC Women’s Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, who came in at $110,000 following a record-breaking first round TKO victory, defending her UFC title for the third straight time against challenger Sara McMann.
Below is the full payroll for UFC 170, but take in to account that these numbers show below do not count for a fighters’ total earnings as sponsorship money, post-fight bonuses and pay-per-view revenue (for those who receive it) are not included.
Aside from their show and win earnings Ronda Rousey, Stephen Thompson, Demian Maia, and Rory MacDonald each earned a $50,000 post-fight bonus.
Ronda Rousey ($55,000 to show + $55,000 win bonus = $110,000) def. Sara McMann ($16,000 to show)
Daniel Cormier ($80,000 to show + $80,000 win bonus = $160,000) def. Patrick Cummins ($8,000 to show)
Rory MacDonald ($50,000 to show + $50,000 win bonus = $100,000) def. Demian Maia ($64,000 to show)
Mike Pyle ($48,000 to show + $48,000 win bonus = $96,000) def. T.J. Waldburger ($18,000 to show)
Stephen Thompson ($14,000 to show + $14,000 win bonus = $28,000) def. Robert Whittaker ($15,000 to show)
Alexis Davis ($15,000 to show + $15,000 win bonus = $30,000) def. Jessica Eye ($8,000 to show)
Raphael Assunção ($28,000 to show + $28,000 win bonus = $56,000) def. Pedro Muhnoz ($8,000 to show)
Aljamain Sterling ($8,000 to show + $8,000 win bonus = $16,000) def. Cody Gibson ($8,000 to show)
Zach Makovsky ($12,000 to show + $12,000 win bonus = $24,000) def. Josh Sampo ($10,000 to show)
Erik Koch ($15,000 to show + $15,000 win bonus = $30,000) def. Rafaello Oliveira ($14,000 to show)
Ernest Chavez ($8,000 to show + $8,000 win bonus = $16,000) def. Yosdenis Cedeno ($8,000 to show)