UFC Fight Night 224 Payouts: Big Guys, Big Paydays



UFC Fight Night 224 Payouts: Big Guys, Big Paydays

We can't help but be a bit nosey and see what the UFC Fight Night 224 payouts are looking like. With UFC fighter pay always being a hot topic, it's important that we do the research and put the information out there. Now, this will all be speculation on base pay — no UFC bonuses involved nor will any sponsorship money be included in this article.

So, let's dive into the UFC Fight Night 224 prize money and see who should be expected to cash out big. Additionally, these numbers are based off of recent payouts and any available information out about a fighter's contract, but the UFC payouts are subject to change post-fight with the aforementioned bonuses, sponsorships and if Dana White is feelin a bit generous.

UFC Fighter Pay: What Will Aspinall and Tybura be Paid at UFC Fight Night 224?

Per sources, Marcin Tybura made a base pay of $112,000 for his last outing against Blagoy Ivanov. So, it's safe to assume that he'll be making the same for this weekend. Six-figures, for sure, and he deserves every penny. Going into enemy territory and taking on a phenom like Aspinall is a tall order.

Opposite him is Tom Aspinall. He's expected to make about $150,000 before any potential UFC bonuses or sponsorship money. That's what the UFC Fight Night 224 payouts are looking like for the main event fighters. It's nice to see that the UFC Fight Night 224 prize money is over sex-figures for both of the main event fighters.

UFC Fight Night 224 Odds: Aspinall Is The Sizeable Favorite

UFC payouts are important information to put out there with UFC fighter pay always being discussed — we did our best to bring you some accurate answers for the rest of the card, too.

UFC Fight Night 224 Payouts: What the Rest of the Card Can Expect

UFC fight night 224 payouts

Aug 20, 2022; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; Marcin Tybura (red gloves) fights Alexander Romanov (blue gloves) during UFC 278 at Vivint Arena. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Swinger-USA TODAY Sports/Sipa USA – Photo by Icon sport

Here, we'll take a closer look at the rest of the main card and give some more information as to who will be making what. Again, no UFC bonuses included, just base numbers to better and more accurately talk about UFC fighter pay. With that being said, here are the numbers for the UFC Fight Night 224 prize money.

  • Tom Aspinall – $150,000
  • Marcin Tybura – $$112,000
  • Molly McCann – $85,000
  • Julija Stoliarenko – $25,000
  • Andre Fili – $64,000
  • Nathaniel Wood – $80,000
  • Andre Muniz – $75,000
  • Paul Craig – $90,000
  • Jai Herbert – $25,000
  • Fares Ziam – $30,000
  • Lerone Murphy – $30,000
  • Joshua Calibou – $30,000

UFC Fight Night 224 payouts are looking pretty good for a lot of fighter! So, given these UFC payouts and the list of fights, it should be a good night for both fighters and the fans. Not to mention that people that will be there in attendance at the O2 Arena to check out the action.

Erik is a long-time MMA fan and writer. Ever since catching some Chael Sonnen trash talk on a commercial, he's been hooked on the sport. Erik spent a lot of time writing while attending college at Wichita State University. Now, he spends his time covering the sport of MMA, training in BJJ here and there, and occasionally hitting skateparks!

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