Here are the fighter payouts according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC):
Total UFC 81 Payout: $892,000
These are Base payouts and don’t include sponsorships, bonuses, taxes and licensing costs.
Brock Lesnar: $250,000 (200k more if he would have won)
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira: $200,000 (100k to fight, 100k to win)
Tim Sylvia: $100,000
Frank Mir: $80,000 (40k to fight, 40k to win)
Nate Marquardt: $52,000 (26k to fight, 26k to win)
Ricardo Almeida: $40,000 (20k to fight, 20k to win)
Tyson Griffin: $36,000 (18k to fight, 18k to win)
Jeremy Horn: $25,000
Chris Lytle: $24,000 (12k to fight, 12k to win)
Rob Emerson: $16,000 (8k to fight, 8k to win)
Marvin Eastman: $14,000 (7k to fight, 7k to win)
Tim Boetsch: $12,000 (6k to fight, 6k to win)
Terry Martin: $12,000
Gleison Tibau: $11,000
David Heath: $6,000
Keita Nakamura: $5,000
Rob Yundt: $5,000
Kyle Bradley: $4,000
UFC 81 “Breaking Point” takes place February 2 from the Mandalay Event Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The undercard fights start around 8pm EST followed by the Pay-Per-View main card starting at 10pm EST.
Cage Today will have the live results of UFC 81 from start to finish starting around 8pm EST, followed by the PPV at 10pm EST.
The WWE has purchased 30+ ring side tickets for the fight.
UFC 81 Press Conference Videos
Rob Emerson “Gangsta Go’s To Jail” Video
ESPN Interview with Brock Lesnar
ESPN Interview with Frank Mir
ESPN Interview with Tim Sylvia
ESPN Interview with Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
Raw Las Vegas Interview with Frank Mir III
Raw Las Vegas Interview with Frank Mir II
Raw Las Vegas Interview with Frank Mir I