MoneyThe FSBC has released the fighter payouts for Bellator I. Keep in mind, these figures represent the base contracted pay the fighter receives from the promotion, and do not account for taxes, insurance, and license fees.

There weren’t any huge paydays, but each tournament winner did pocket $25,000 for their victories, and will have the chance to take home $50,000 if they win their semi-final bout.

Payouts

Courtesy of MMA Junkie:

  • Jorge Masvidal: $25,000 ($10k + $15k)
    Nick Agallar: $10,000
  • Eddie Alvarez: $25,000 ($10k + $15k)
    Greg Loughran: $10,000
  • Yahir Reyes: $25,000 ($10k + $15k)
    Nick Gonzalez: $10,000
  • Estevan Payan: $25,000 ($10k + $15k)
    Luis Palomino: $10,000
  • Joe Soto: $25,000 ($10k + $15k)
    Ben Greer: $10,000
  • Tony Imada: $25,000 ($10k + $15k)
    Alonzo Martinez: $10,000
  • Jonathan Brookins: $4,000 ($2k + $2k)
    Stephen Ledbetter: $2,000
  • Lorenzo Borgomeo: $4,000 ($2k + $2k)
    Daniel Morales: $3,000
  • James Brasco: $3,000 ($1.5k + $1.5k)
    Kevin Abrante: $1,500
  • Moses Gabon: $2,000 ($1k + $1k)
    Chris Decaro: $1,500
  • Gary Padilla: $4,000 ($2k + $2k)
    Daniel Sarafian: $2,000

A disclosed total of $237,000, including bonuses, was paid out to the fighters.