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Jason Jordan Comments On Missing Backlash PPV, How Much Did Reebok Pay CM Punk For UFC 203 Under The UFC Athlete Outfitting Agreement?

CM Punk

According to MMA Junkie, CM Punk was paid $2,500 by Reebok for his UFC Athlete Outfitting pay agreement. Punk’s opponent, Mickey Gall, also took home $2,500; the total payout for the entire card totaled $215,000. 

A break down of payments for each fight is below: 

Stipe Miocic: $40,000

def. Alistair Overeem: $30,000

Fabricio Werdum: $10,000

def. Travis Browne: $10,000

Mickey Gall: $2,500

def. Phil “CM Punk” Brooks: $2,500

Jimmie Rivera: $2,500

def. Urijah Faber: $20,000

Jessica Andrade: $5,000

def. Joanne Calderwood: $2,500

Bethe Correia: $5,000

def. Jessica Eye: $5,000

Brad Tavares: $10,000

def. Caio Magalhaes: $5,000

Nik Lentz: $15,000

def. Michael McBride: $2,500

Drew Dober: $5,000

def. Jason Gonzalez: $2,500

Yancy Medeiros: $5,000

def. Sean Spencer: $5,000

Two fights that did not take place (Ian McCall vs Ray Borg and C.B. Dolloway vs Francimar Barroso) were also part of the payout due to late cancellation of the fights: 

Ian McCall: $5,000*

vs. Ray Borg: $5,000*

C.B. Dollaway: $15,000*

vs. Francimar Barroso: $5,000*

Jason Jordan 

American Alpha’s Jason Jordan posted the following remarks in response to missing tonight’s WWE Backlash pay-per-view. 

Related: Final WWE Backlash PPV Card: 6 Announced Matches, SD! Tag Team Title Tournament Finals

American Alpha was pulled from the WWE Smackdown Live Tag Team Championship Tournament after The Usos injured Jordan’s teammate Chad Gable after their quarterfinals match last week: