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UFC Vegas 37 Compliance Pay: Anthony Smith Tops the List with $16K

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All the fighters from UFC Fight Night 192 (Vegas 37) event bagged a total UFC Guidelines Compliance pay of $162,000. Anthony Smith tops this list as he bagged a total of $16K.

This is a comprehensive plan that includes media obligations, outfitting requirements, and every single thing that falls under the fighter code of conduct. It replaces all the previous payments that were made under the UFC Athlete Outfitting Policy.

Fighters are paid based on their total number of fights under the UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance program. It is also based on Zuffa-era WEC fights and Zuffa-era strikeforce bouts. The more the total number of bouts, the more the bonus of the fighter will be. Along with the experience-based pay, the fighters also receive perpetuity royalty payments.

MMA Junkie posted the entire list of the UFC Fight Night 192 Promotional Guidelines Compliance Payouts that our readers can also check out below:

  • Anthony Smith: $16,000
  • Ryan Spann: $6,000
  • Ion Cutelaba: $11,000
  • Devin Clark: $11,000
  • Ariane Lipski: $6,000
  • Mandy Bohm: $4,000
  • Arman Tsarukyan: $4,500
  • Christos Giagos: $6,000
  • Nate Maness: $4,000
  • Tony Gravely: $4,500
  • Joaquin Buckley: $4,500
  • Antonio Arroyo: $4,000
  • Tafon Nchukwi: $4,000
  • Mike Rodriguez: $6,000
  • Raquel Pennington: $11,000
  • Pannie Kianzad: $6,000
  • Rong Zhu: $4,000
  • Brandon Jenkins: $4,000
  • Montel Jackson: $6,000
  • JP Buys: $4,000
  • Erin Blanchfield: $4,000
  • Sarah Alpar: $4,000
  • Carlston Harris: $4,000
  • Impa Kasanganay: $4,500
  • Gustavo Lopez: $4,500
  • Heili Alateng: $4,500
  • Hannah Goldy: $4,000
  • Emily Whitmire: $6,000

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