How Much Does Jon Jones get paid?
|Name||Jonathan Dwight Jones|
|Salary||$500,000 per fight|
|UFC Debut||August 9, 2008|
|Head Trainer||Greg Jackson|
|Endorsements||Nike, Reebok, Muscle Tech, K-Swiss, and many more|
How Much Does Jon Jones want to get paid to fight Francis?
Jon Jones has demanded $30million to challenge UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou, according to president Dana White. Jones has not fought since February last year when he outpointed by Dominick Reyes before giving up his light-heavyweight title.
How much is McGregor paid per fight?
Despite infamously losing to Dustin Poirier in January 2021, Conor took home a jaw-dropping $22,000,000. His last fight before that was in January 2020, in which he earned $30,000,000 for knocking out Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.
How much did Jon Jones ask?
Jon Jones on Friday denied he asked for $30 million to fight heavyweight champ Francis Ngannou, starting another back and forth between UFC President Dana White and the former UFC light heavyweight champ as his heavyweight future remained in limbo.
What is Jon Jones highest PPV?
Jones’ biggest pay-per-view to date is his UFC 214 rematch with bitter rival Daniel Cormier, which raked in a whopping 860,000 buys. The lowest, meanwhile, is his first meeting with Alexander Gustafsson at UFC 165 – which pulled in 310,000 buys.
How much does Sean O’Malley make per fight?
Even with an injured foot in the third round, he managed to win the fight. O’Malley earned a total of $97,500 from the fight. This included $22,000 to show, $22,000 win bonus, $50,000 Fight of the Night bonus, and $3,500 fight week incentive pay.
How much does Usman make per fight?
UFC 268 purse, prize money The last time these two fought, they each made $500,000 for their main event. According to Sports Zion, before any possible deductions, Usman could earn between $1-$1.5 million.
Who Will Jon Jones face next?
The former UFC light heavyweight champion announced via Twitter on Saturday that he will face AEW wrestler and Bellator heavyweight Jake Hager, a.k.a. Jack Swagger, in a Fury Professional Grappling match on Dec. 9 in New Jersey.