Payments of Reebok, the UFC Fight Night 125: John Dodson received his pay despite his absence

John Dodson
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Part of the total of 151,500 dollars of convention sponsorship deal with Reebok UFC Fight Night 125 was for an athlete who did not compete in the event. As it had been reported that would be the case, although not received all their pay due to John Dodson earned her 10 thousand dollars of Reebok after choosing not to confront a rival with four pounds overweight, but it was Lyoto Machida who topped the list of pay in the event with 20 thousand dollars.

Under the agreement with Reebok, fighters receive an amount of money based on your number of fights with the UFC. Also are included meetings which took place in World Extreme Cagefighting and Strikeforce after they were acquired by Zuffa, since January of 2007 and April of 2011 respectively.

Those who have one to three fights receive $ 3,500 per event, 4 to 10 is 5,000, from 11 to 15 win 10,000, 16 to 20 is 15,000 and 21 hereinafter 20,000, while the champions earn 40,000 and the contenders 30,000. In addition to the pay based on experience, the fighters also receive in perpetuity a royalty for a 20 to 30 percent of any merchandise with your name.

The complete list of payments of Reebok is the following:
Lyoto Machida $20,000
Eryk Anders: $3,500

Valentina Shevchenko: $5,000
Priscilla Cachoeira: $3,500

Michel Prazeres: $5,000
Desmond Green: $3,500

Timothy Johnson: $5,000
Marcelo Golm: $3,500

Douglas Silva de Andrade: $5,000
Marlon Vera: $5,000

Thiago “Marreta” Santos: $10,000
Anthony Smith: $10,000

Sergio Moraes: $5,000
Tim Means: $15,000

Alan Patrick: $5,000
Damir Hadzovic: $3,500

Polyana Viana: $3,500
Maia Stevenson: $3,500

Iuri Alcantara: $15,000
Joe Soto: $5,000

Deiveson Figueiredo: $3,500
Joseph Morales: $3,500

John Dodson: $10,000

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