$2 million, Dominick Cruz is the 10th richest UFC fighter in the world. Dominic, a rising star and fierce fighter, fought three times in 2016. Cruz won two $50 "Fight Of The Night" bonuses and $1,000 from Reebok last year. He's one of the best UFC fighters and a world-famous athlete.
$2.50 million Tyron Woodley is the ninth richest UFC fighter in the world. He's a UFC star this year. He beat Robbie Lawler quickly at UFC 2016 to become welterweight champion. As a champion, Woodley is entitled to PPV action, and he's trying to capitalize.
$2.8 million Robbie Lawler is the eighth-richest UFC fighter in the world. Robbie Lawler's welterweight title reign ended in 2016 after a fairytale run.
Lawler was signed to receive $ 500 per fight, a single "Fight Of The Night" bonus, and $ 000 per fight in Reebok earnings.
3 million dollars, Anderson Silva is the seventh richest UFC fighter in the world. Anderson Silva's 2016 was forgettable. He's the sixth highest-paid fighter. Silva accepted a last-minute untitled fight against Daniel Cormier at UFC 200 in July, but lost again.
$3,2 million Dan Henderson is the sixth-richest UFC fighter in the world. Dan Henderson, a sports legend, retired at 46. But not before adding to his career earnings. Henderson nearly beat Bisping in a five-round fight.
His "UFC Hall of Fame" status was already established, and he made over $3.2 million in total profits.
$3.5 million, Alistair Overeem is the fifth-richest UFC fighter in the world. He's a well-known UFC heavyweight. Alistair Overeem has never won the title and isn't a big pay-per-view. This makes his earnings impressive. Overeem's salary dwarfs all but a few superstars. He earns $800 per fight to show off, and a million if he wins.
$4 million, Brock Lesnar is the fourth-richest UFC fighter in the world. Brock Lesnar's return to fight Mark Hunt at UFC 200 in July surprised the UFC.
Lesnar was guaranteed $2.5 million to win or lose in Las Vegas. He would have made even more by reducing PPV revenue for a display that sold over a million copies.
$5 million, Nate Diaz is the third-richest UFC fighter in the world. Nate Diaz was pushed into the top tier of UFC fighters' salaries in 2016 after years of complaining about his pay. The UFC asked Diaz to fight Conor McGregor in March with less than two weeks' notice. Diaz agreed despite being on a boat in Mexico.
$12 million, Ronda Rousey is the second-richest UFC fighter in the world. Ronda Rousey has only fought a few times since 2015, but she's still the second-highest paid UFC fighter this year. Rousey's $3 base salary is second in UFC history. This is especially impressive considering her November 2000 fight with Holly Holm.
110 million dollars, Conor McGregor is the world's richest UFC fighter. Conor McGregor redefines a UFC superstar in 2021. By adding a second title belt, he's become a global celebrity. He broke many records and became a highly paid athlete. He's also one of the best MMA fighters ever.