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Final Bellator 106 salaries: Eddie Alvarez tops payroll with $160K

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Eddie Alvarez was the big winner at Saturday's Bellator 106 event – both in the cage, as well as in the pocketbooks.

On Saturday MMAjunkie.com obtained the list of disclosed paydays prior to the event, which aired on Spike TV from Long Beach Arena in California.

The final disclosed payroll for the card was $551,500.

While Alvarez earned the top overall payday with $160,000, Joe Riggs actually earned the biggest win bonus. He earned $5,000 to show, but by defeating Mike Bronzoulis in the "Fight Master" tournament final, he pocketed an additional $95,000 as a win bonus...

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Post #1   11/3/13 10:26:27AM   

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Since when has Bellator copy the UFC win bonus pay outs style ?

Post #2   11/3/13 12:09:16PM   

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Posted by LuckyCharms

Since when has Bellator copy the UFC win bonus pay outs style ?



Prominent MMA agent Ken Pavia — whose client roster includes such well-known fighters as Martin Kampmann, Chris Lytle, Anthony Johnson, and Cristiane "Cris Cyborg" Santos — is in serious hot water with the UFC. As first reported by Yahoo!’s Kevin Iole, Zuffa LLC has filed a suit alleging that Pavia passed along trade secrets and confidential Zuffa documents to upstart MMA promotion Bellator, which used the documents to help run its business. Bellator is named as a co-defendent in the suit, as well as other unnamed individuals and corporations that Zuffa alleges participated in breach of contract. From the Yahoo! piece:

...Pavia delivered confidential contracts, including fighter agreements, to Bellator after being asked to do so in a July 4 email to him from Bellator founder Bjorn Rebney…

...Rebney writes, ” … You’ve been great about sending us ‘All’ of the seminal docs from the UFC, so that we can re-do them and implement them for Bellator.”


Later, the email Zuffa alleges to have been written by Rebney continues, “Please list each in terms of what it is for and how the UFC uses them/implements them. … Then I’m going to have our team Monday re-type them and we will sufficiently alter them such that they will appear to be ours and not theirs.”

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Post #3   11/3/13 12:16:53PM   

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Surprising that a few close decisions went the way of the challengers.

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Post #4   11/3/13 12:18:54PM   

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crazy difference from Mike Bronzoulis pay to Joe Riggs, imagine how bummed you'd feel if you lost and made a shitty 5000 and the winner made 100 000!

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Some very low payouts on a card that was originally a PPV card.

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Post #6   11/3/13 5:18:36PM