Former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley didn’t get his win bonus on Saturday evening after falling to Gilbert Burns in the primary occasion, however he nonetheless walked away with the largest payday for anyone on the cardboard.

On Monday, the Nevada State Athletic Fee launched the salaries with Woodley main all fighters after banking $200,000 for his combat towards Burns.

Woodley stood to make a further $150,000 for a win bonus however he finally misplaced a lopsided determination over 5 rounds. Taking residence $200,000 nonetheless helped Woodley lead all fighter salaries earlier than post-fight bonuses have been paid out but it surely was dramatically lower than what he earned in his final title bout.

Woodley took residence $500,000 for his combat towards Kamaru Usman in March 2019.

As for Burns, he earned $168,000 for his win over Woodley, whereas additionally pocketing an additional $50,000 for “Efficiency of the Evening,” as he locked up his largest win since he began his climb up the welterweight ranks.

Burns has rattled off 4 straight wins within the division together with back-to-back victories over Woodley and Demian Maia.

Elsewhere on the cardboard, former title challenger Katlyn Chookagian earned $120,000 for her dominant win over Antonina Shevchenko whereas Augusto Sakai made $100,000 for his victory towards Blagoy Ivanov within the co-main occasion. These have been the one different fighters to earn six-figures previous to submit combat bonuses being paid out.

Listed below are the total salaries for UFC on ESPN 9. As a reminder, that is solely disclosed pay in addition to submit combat bonuses introduced by the UFC.

Tyron Woodley: $200,000 (win bonus would have been $150,000)

Gilbert Burns: $218,000 — $84,000 to point out, $84,000 to win plus $50,000 for “Efficiency of the Evening.

Augusto Sakai: $100,000 — $50,000 to point out, $50,000 to win

Blagoy Ivanov: $60,000

Billy Quarantillo: $24,000 — $12,000 to point out, $12,000 to win

Spike Carlyle: $12,000

Roosevelt Roberts: $46,400 — $22,000 to point out, $22,000 to win plus $2,400 for his opponent lacking weight.

Brok Weaver: $9,600 — $12,000 to point out minus $2,400 paid as penalty for lacking weight.

Mackenzie Dern: $116,000 — $33,000 to point out, $33,000 to win plus $50,000 for “Efficiency of the Evening”

Hannah Cifers: $25,000

Katlyn Chookagian: $120,000 — $60,000 to point out, $60,000 to win

Antonina Shevchenko: $35,000

Daniel Rodriguez: $24,000 — $12,000 to point out, $12,000 to win

Gabriel Inexperienced: $12,000

Jamahal Hill: $24,000 — $12,000 to point out, $12,000 to win

Klidson Abreu: $18,000

Brandon Royval: $74,000 — $12,000 to point out, $12,000 to win plus $50,000 for “Combat of the Evening”

Tim Elliott: $81,000 — $31,000 to point out plus $50,000 for “Combat of the Evening”

Casey Kenney: $54,000 — $27,000 to point out, $27,000 to win

Louis Smolka: $48,000

Chris Gutierrez: $40,000 — $20,000 to point out, $20,000 to win

Vince Morales: $20,000