Win or lose, Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov are set to bank genuine batter for their headliner conflict tomorrow night (Sat., Oct. 6, 2018) at UFC 229 live on pay-per-see (PPV) from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Per a record discharged by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) prior today, McGregor is relied upon to pull in a rich $3 million payday for his arrival to the Octagon, while Khabib will make the most he ever has with a $2 million battle satchel.
While these numbers are eye flying for a blended hand to hand fighting (MMA) session, the two lightweights are planned to make all the more once PPV purchases, stock deals, and Reebok payouts are ascertained. Also McGregor’s Proper No. Twelve Irish bourbon that will elegance the Octagon canvas.
Here is an entire rundown of UFC 229’s authentic compensations:
Khabib Nurmagomedov: $2 million (no win reward)
versus Conor McGregor: $3 million (no win reward)
Tony Ferguson: $150,000 to appear ($5,000 to win)
versus Anthony Pettis: $145,000 to appear ($145,000 to win)
Ovince Saint Preux: $86,000 to appear ($86,000 to win)
versus Dominick Reyes: $45,000 to appear ($45,000 to win)
Derrick Lewis: $135,000 to appear ($135,000 to win)
versus Alexander Volkov: $75,000 to appear ($75,000 to win)
Michelle Waterson: $50,000 to appear ($50,000 to win)
versus Felice Herrig: $40,000 to appear ($40,000 to win)
Sergio Pettis: $46,000 to appear ($46,000 to win)
versus Jussier Silva: $43,000 to appear ($43,000 to win)
Vicente Luque: $38,000 to appear ($38,000 to win)
versus Jalin Turner: $10,000 to appear ($10,000 to win)
Aspen Ladd: $12,000 to appear ($12,000 to win)
versus Tonya Evinger: $30,000 to appear ($30,000 to win)
Scott Holtzman: $30,000 to appear ($30,000 to win)
versus Alan Patrick: $30,000 to appear ($30,000 to win)
Lina Lansberg: $20,000 to appear ($20,000 to win)
versus Yana Kunitskaya: $25,000 to appear ($25,000 to win)
Dark Maynard: $54,000 to appear ($54,000 to win)
versus Nik Lentz: $50,000 to appear ($50,000 to win)
Ryan LaFlare: $33,000 to appear ($33,000 to win)
versus Tony Martin: $28,000 to appear ($28,000 to win)
As of now pegged as the greatest battle in blended hand to hand fighting (MMA) history, McGregor versus Khabib can possibly obscure 2 million PPV purchases and set the untouched UFC record. Enormous numbers are not bad, but at the same time not enough to blow anyone’s mind with McGregor battles yet this one is additional exceptional, particularly thinking about Khabib’s undefeated record, McGregor’s foreseen come back to the enclosure following a multi year nonappearance, and the animosity shared between the two contenders.
On the off chance that this PPV does what it assumed do these pay rates will be cash well spent.