Cynthia Calvillo, Andre Fili lead UFC on ESPN 10 salaries with $110k each

Cynthia Calvillo, Andre Fili lead UFC on ESPN 10 salaries with $110k each

Cynthia Calvillo picked up the biggest win of her career this past Saturday night when she defeated No. 1 ranked flyweight Jessica Eye in the UFC on ESPN 10 main event.

In addition to her win, Calvillo and her former teammate Andre Fili led all salaries for the fighters who competed at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

On Monday, the Nevada Athletic Commission released the disclosed salaries for UFC on ESPN 10, with Calvillo earning $110,000 for her victory over Eye in the five-round fight. She also took home an additional $12,750 after Eye was fined 25 percent of her purse for missing weight on Friday.

For her part in the main event, Eye made $38,250 after the penalty.

Meanwhile, featherweight veteran Fili made the second most for any non-headliner when he earned $110,000 for his split decision over Charles Jourdain.

Calvillo and Fili, who once trained together at Team Alpha Male, were also the only two fighters on the entire card to crack the six-figure barrier before post-fight bonuses were paid out. Marvin Vettori joined them, but only after he earned a “Performance of the Night” bonus for his submission win over Karl Roberson.

Here are the full salaries for UFC on ESPN 10 along with the post-fight bonuses disclosed by the UFC on Saturday night.

Cynthia Calvillo: $122,750 — $55,000 to show, $55,000 to win plus $12,750 as penalty for her opponent missing weight.

Jessica Eye: $38,250 — $51,000 to show minus $12,750 (25%) paid as penalty for missing weight.

Marvin Vettori: $148,000 — $43,000 to show, $43,000 to win, $12,000 paid as penalty from his opponent missing weight plus $50,000 for “Performance of the Night”

Karl Roberson: $28,000 — $40,000 to show minus $12,000 (30%) paid as penalty for missing weight.

Andre Fili: $110,000 — $55,000 to show, $55,000 to win

Charles Jourdain: $16,000

Jordan Espinosa: $24,000 — $12,000 to show, $12,000 to win

Mark De La Rosa: $21,000

Mariya Agapova: $70,000 — $10,000 to show, $10,000 to win plus $50,000 for “Performance of the Night.”

Hannah Cifers: $35,000

Merab Dvalishvili: $46,000 — $23,000 to show, $23,000 to win

Gustavo Lopez: $12,000

Julia Avila: $24,000 — $12,000 to show, $12,000 to win

Gina Mazany: $16,000

Tyson Nam: $80,800 — $14,000 to show, $14,000 to win, $2,800 paid as penalty for his opponent missing weight plus $50,000 for “Performance of the Night”

Zarrukh Adashev: $11,200 — $14,000 to show minus $2,800 (20%) penalty for missing weight

Christian Aguilera: $74,000 — $12,000 to show, $12,000 to win plus $50,000 for “Performance of the Night”

Anthony Ivy: $12,000

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