Patricio Pitbull not just added one more fruitful title guard to his unmatched Bellator list of references at Bellator 286, he was the card’s most elevated worker too.
Pitbull changed out a level $150,000 battle tote with no success reward for his consistent choice triumph over Adam Borics in Bellator 286’s headliner, which occurred Saturday at the Long Ocean side Field in Lengthy Ocean side, Calif., and circulated live on Kickoff.
Borics acquired $100,000 in the terrible exertion. Like Pitbull, Borics was likewise on a level charge and could not have possibly procured a success reward with a triumphant presentation.
The California State Athletic Commission delivered the occasion’s compensation report to MMA Battling in the outcome of Bellator 286.
The main events were among six warriors who acquired six-figure paydays, joining Jeremy Kennedy ($110,000), A.J. McKee ($100,000), Aaron Pico ($100,000), and Juan Archuleta ($100,000).
A total rundown of the Bellator 286 compensations should be visible underneath.
As usual, these figures don’t address a contender’s all out profit, as sponsorship salaries and different types of pay are not openly revealed.
Patricio Pitbull ($150,000 + no success reward = $150,000) versus Adam Borics ($100,000)
A.J. McKee ($100,000 + no success reward = $100,000) def. Spike Carlyle ($50,000)
Jeremy Kennedy ($55,000 + $55,000 = $110,000) def. Aaron Pico ($100,000)
Juan Archuleta ($100,000 + no success reward = $100,000) def. Enrique Barzola ($31,000)
Bobby Seronio III ($3,000 + $3,000 = $6,000) versus Miguel Peimbert ($3,000)
Islam Mamedov ($40,000 + $40,000 = $80,000) versus Scratch Browne ($24,000)
Jay Wilson ($35,000 + $35,000 = $70,000) versus Vladimir Tokov ($23,000)
Khalid Murtazaliev ($20,000 + $20,000 = $40,000) def. Khadzhimurat Bestaev ($13,000)
Sumiko Inaba ($12,000 + $12,000 = $24,000) versus Nadine Mandiau ($3,000)
Weber Almeida ($18,000 + $18,000 = $36,000) versus Ryan Lilley ($5,000)
Spear Gibson Jr. ($15,000 + no success reward = $15,000) versus Dominic Clark ($7,000)
Cee Jay Hamilton ($15,000 + $15,000 = $30,000) versus Richard Palencia ($15,000)