Lumumba Sayers topped Antwain Britt in the main event, while Olympic medalist Ronda Rousey continued her roll through the women’s ranks.
Strikeforce Challengers 20 took place Friday, Nov. 11, at the Pearl at the Palms in Las Vegas.
The following figures are based on the fighter salary information that promoters are required by law to submit to the state athletic commissions, including the winners’ bonuses.
Although mixed martial arts fighters do not have collective bargaining or a union, the fighters’ salaries are still public record, just as with every other major sport in the United States. Any undisclosed bonuses that a promoter also pays its fighters, but does not disclose to the athletic commissions (specifically, pay-per-view bonuses, fight of the night bonuses, etc.), are not included in the figures below.
STRIKEFORCE CHALLENGERS 20 FIGHTER SALARIES
Lumumba Sayers: $6,000 (includes $3,000 win bonus)
def. Antwain Britt: $6,000
Ronda Rousey: $8,000 (includes $4,000 win bonus)
def. Julia Budd: $3,500
Adlan Amagov: $10,600 (includes $5,000 win bonus)
def. Anthony Smith: $2,400
Trevor Smith: $6,000 (includes $3,000 win bonus)
def. T.J. Cook: $3,000
Derek Brunson: $9,000 (includes $4,500 win bonus)
def. Nate James: $3,000
Matt Ricehouse: $8,000 (includes $4,000 win bonus)
def. Bill Cooper: $3,000
Bobby Green: $8,000 (includes $4,000 win bonus)
def. James Reese: $3,000
Quinn Mulhern: $7,000 (includes $3,500 win bonues)
def. David Hulett: $3,000
Andreas Spang: $5,000 (includes $2,500 win bonus)
def. Willie Parks: $3,000
STRIKEFORCE CHALLENGERS 20 DISCLOSED FIGHTER PAYROLL: $97,500