Compliance pay per UFC 283 Promotional Guidelines: Program revenue exceeds $15 million.

Fighters from Saturday’s UFC 283 event received $359,500 in UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay.

The previous payments made under the UFC Athlete Outfitting Policy have been replaced by the program, a comprehensive plan that includes fighter code of conduct items like outfitting requirements, media obligations, and more.

In Brazil, UFC 283 took place at Jeunesse Arena. After the preliminary rounds on ABC and ESPN+, the main card was shown on pay-per-view.

The following payments were made in accordance with the UFC Promotional Guidelines for UFC 283:

Jamahal Hill: $32,000
def. Glover Teixeira: $32,000

Brandon Moreno: $42,000
def. Deiveson Figueiredo: $42,000

Gilbert Burns: $16,000
def. Neil Magny: $21,000

Jessica Andrade: $21,000
def. Lauren Murphy: $11,000

Johnny Walker: $6,000
def. Paul Craig: $11,000

Ihor Potieria: $4,000
def. Mauricio Rua: $21,000

Brunno Ferreira: $4,000
def. Gregory Rodrigues: $6,000

Thiago Moises: $6,000
def. Melquizael Costa: $4,000

Gabriel Bonfim: $4,000
def. Mounir Lazzez: $4,500

Jailton Almeida: $4,500
def. Shamil Abdurakhimov: $11,000

Cody Stamann: $11,000
def. Luan Lacerda: $4,000

Ismael Bonfim: $4,000
def. Terrance McKinney: $4,500

Nicolas Dalby: $6,000
def. Warlley Alves: $11,000

Josiane Nunes: $4,000
def. Zarah Fairn: $4,000

Daniel Marcos: $4,000
def. Saimon Oliveira: $4,000

Fighters are paid according to their total number of UFC bouts, as well as Zuffa-era WEC fights (January 2007 and later) and Zuffa-era Strikeforce fights (April 2011 and later) under the UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance program’s payout tiers, which appropriate the money generated by Venum’s multi-year sponsorship with the UFC. Fighters who have 1-3 fights each get $4,000 for each appearance; 4 to 5 fights earn $4,500; $6,000 for six to ten bouts; $11,000 is earned by 11-15 bouts; $16,000 is won by 16-20 bouts; and $21,000 for 21 or more bouts Additionally, title challengers receive $32,000 while champions receive $42,000.

According to officials, in addition to experience-based pay, fighters in the UFC will receive royalty payments for life, equal to 20-30% of any UFC merchandise sold that features their likeness.

Compliance payouts for the full 2023 UFC promotional guidelines:

“UFC 283: Hill vs. Teixeira” – $359,500

“UFC Fight Night 217: Strickland vs. Imavov”: $137,000 for the year to date: $496,500

2022 total: $8,351,500,2021 total: $6,167,500 so far in the program: $15,015,500 Visit MMA Junkie’s event hub for UFC 283 for additional information on the card.