UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and light heavyweight contender Daniel Cormier were UFC 170’s top earners Saturday night.

The list of disclosed paydays was released by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, which oversaw Saturday’s pay-per-view event at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Events Center.

Rousey and Cormier accounted for over 30 percent of the total disclosed payroll which was $843,000.

Cormier, who dismantled last-minute replacement Patrick Cummins in the co-main event, was the the night’s big winner with a base pay of $80,000 with an another $80,000 for his first-round knockout victory. Bringing his total to $160,000; not bad for 79 seconds of work.

Rousey, who dropped Sara McMann with a devastating knee to the liver in the first round, took home $55,000 in base pay with a $55,000 win bonus, for a $110,000 total.

The full list of disclosed paydays included:

Champ Ronda Rousey: $110,000 (includes $55,000 win bonus) def. Sara McMann: $16,000
Daniel Cormier: $160,000 (includes $80,000 win bonus) def. Patrick Cummins: $8,000
Rory MacDonald: $100,000 (includes $50,000 win bonus) def. Demian Maia: $64,000
Mike Pyle: $96,000 (includes $48,000 win bonus) def. T.J. Waldburger: $18,000
Stephen Thompson: $28,000 (includes $14,000 win bonus) def. Robert Whittaker: $15,000
Alexis Davis: $30,000 (includes $15,000 win bonus) def. Jessica Eye: $8,000
Raphael Assuncao: $56,000 (includes $28,000 win bonus) def. Pedro Munhoz: $8,000
Aljamain Sterling: $16,000 (includes $8,000 win bonus) def. Cody Gibson: $8,000
Zach Makovsky: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus) def. Josh Sampo: $10,000
Erik Koch: $30,000 (includes $15,000 win bonus) def. Rafaello Oliveira: $14,000
Ernest Chavez: $16,000 (includes $8,000 win bonus) def. Yosdenis Cedeno: $8,000

These figures are only the amounts disclosed to the NSAC by the promotion. They do not include any deductions for licensing, nor any addition performance bonuses given out by the UFC.

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