Suga Sean O’Malley and Pedro Munhoz are ready to go at each other at UFC 276. The two bantam with stars are ready to put it all on the line in the on the undercard of Adesanya vs Cannonier.
Prior to this fight O’Malley, had fought only unranked opponents which he called his own tactic to stardom. But this seems to be his biggest step up in competition as Pedro Munhoz is ranked number 9 in the bantamweight division. if O’Malley does pull off a victory, he could very be in the contention for a bantamweight title shot.
Pedro Munhoz, also known as “the young punisher,” has a record of 19 wins and 7 losses in MMA. Sean, on the other hand, has only lost once in MMA, to Marlon Vera, after getting a terrible leg injury at UFC 252.
With that out of the way let us take a look at Pedro Munhoz and Suga Sean O’Malley’s fight purses and payouts.
Pedro Munhoz vs Sean O’Malley purse, payouts, salaries
Although the UFC maintains tight privacy on athlete salaries, we can still estimate each fighter’s earnings based on their prior matches, our UFC insider data, numerous news outlets, authors, and Nevada State Athletic Commission data. Without further ado, let’s deep dive into the fight purse, payouts of Pedro Munhoz vs Sean O’Malley.
How much will Pedro Munhoz make at UFC 276?
Pedro Munhoz started his career with a bout at UFC 170. Since then, he has climbed through the ranks of the bantamweight division and is currently ranked number 9 on the roster.
The first fight was for $8,000 only, but he has had a turn in fortune because of fighting bantamweight stars such as Jose Aldo and Dominick Cruz. Both of his most recent fights have netted him a sizable sum of money. His last payout came in at $126,000. This is a major jump for Pedro in terms of purse size.
It is expected that Pedro will earn a purse of close to $200,000 from his fight with Sean O’Malley.
How much will Sean O’Malley make at UFC 276?
Sugar Sean O’Malley is one of the rising UFC stars courtesy of his marketable personality and unique fighting abilities. Sean O’Malley boasts an impressive record of 15 wins and 1 loss.
Sean O’Malley and his impressive knockout wins have made him a very rich man as he has won a lot of performance of the night and win bonuses despite having a small basic salary.
Sean O’Malley’s stock has steadily risen as he has earned an impressive $200,000 plus purses due to his pudding in performances of the night. Judging by his past endeavors, if Sean can produce something spectacular against Pedro Munhoz, he will receive a purse somewhere close to $300,000 at UFC 276.
However, these payouts don’t include any deduction for some classified items such as licenses, insurance, and taxes. In addition to that, PPV cuts are also not calculated here. Furthermore, the PPV payout and other incentive payments will be added later after the event is finished. Hence, the fighters will earn more, which we will update upon the disclosure from the organizer.