Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned to action on Sunday (June 25, 2017) for UFC Fight Night 112: ”Chiesa vs. Lee” which took place on FOX Sports 1 inside Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, and now it’s time to see who went home with the biggest slice of Reebok sponsorship pie.
It was a night to be celebrated by the old guard, as veteran combatants Tim Boetsch, Clay Guida, Dennis Siver, and BJ Penn all took home $20,000 in a four-way tie for first place, the maximum Reebok payout for non-title affairs.
Not too shabby.
Elsewhere on the card, which paid athletes sponsorship money based on tenure, Johny Hendricks came in second with $15,000, while Kevin Lee, Tim Means, and Erik Koch all raked in $10,000 for their respective performances.
That’s not all.
See the complete list of Reebok sponsorship payouts (via MMA Junkie) below:
Kevin Lee: $10,000 def. Michael Chiesa: $5,000
Tim Boetsch: $20,000 def. Johny Hendricks: $15,000
Felice Herrig: $2,500 def. Justine Kish: $2,500
Dominick Reyes: $2,500 def. Joachim Christensen: $2,500
Tim Means: $10,000 def. Alex Garcia: $5,000
Dennis Siver: $20,000 def. B.J. Penn: $20,000
Clay Guida: $20,000 def. Erik Koch: $10,000
Marvin Vettori: $2,500 def. Vitor Miranda: $5,000
Carla Esparza: $2,500 def. Maryna Moroz: $2,500
Darrell Horcher: $2,500 def. Devin Powell: $2,500
Jared Gordon: $2,500 def. Michel Quinones: $2,500
Tony Martin: $5,000 def. Johnny Case: $5,000
Jeremy Kimball: $2,500 def. Josh Stansbury: $2,500
The total Reebok payout for UFC Fight Night 112 was $182,500, marking $2,807,500 to date (2017) and $13,130,500 overall since the program’s 2015 inception.
To see how the Reebok sponsorship payouts work click here. For complete UFC Fight Night 112 results, including play-by-play coverage, click here.
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