Cynthia Calvillo, Andre Fili Lead UFC Vegas 2 Salaries With $110,000 Paydays

UFC Vegas 2Cynthia Calvillo and Andre Fili walked away as the highest earners this past weekend when it came to base pay. Calvillo earned the biggest win of her career following a unanimous decision victory over Jessica Eye in the UFC Vegas 2 headliner on Saturday night. For her efforts, Calvillo took home $110,000 ($55,000 to show, […]

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Cynthia Calvillo and Andre Fili walked away as the highest earners this past weekend when it came to base pay.

Calvillo earned the biggest win of her career following a unanimous decision victory over Jessica Eye in the UFC Vegas 2 headliner on Saturday night.

For her efforts, Calvillo took home $110,000 ($55,000 to show, $55,000 win bonus) in base pay with an additional $12,750 after Eye was fined 25 percent of her purse for missing weight to take the former’s total to $122,750. That meant Eye went home with $38,250 following her second loss in three fights.

Fili also netted $110,000 on the night as he earned $55,000 to show and $55,000 as a win bonus following his split verdict victory over Charles Jourdain. Jourdain made just $16,000 on the other hand.

The biggest earner on the night overall, however, was middleweight Marvin Vettori who took home $148,000 after earning $86,000 in base bay, a $50,000 perofrmance of the night bonus and $12,000 from opponent Karl Roberson’s purse after the latter missed weight. Roberson made $28,000 in total.

Full UFC Vegas 2 Salaries

Here are the full UFC Vegas 2 salaries that also include performance of the night bonuses (via MMA Fighting):

  • 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

What do you think of the UFC Vegas 2 salaries?

Andre Fili Edges Charles Jourdain In Back-And-Forth Encounter – UFC Vegas 2 Results

Fili JourdainNext up on the UFC Vegas 2 main card at the Apex facility is a featherweight contest between Andre Fili and Charles Jourdain. Round 1: Jourdain opens with a body kick. Fili lands a counter hook. Jourdain responds with another body kick before following it up with two more. Fili goes for a headkick which […]

Fili Jourdain

Next up on the UFC Vegas 2 main card at the Apex facility is a featherweight contest between Andre Fili and Charles Jourdain.

Round 1: Jourdain opens with a body kick. Fili lands a counter hook. Jourdain responds with another body kick before following it up with two more. Fili goes for a headkick which is blocked by Jourdain. Jourdain lands a body kick but partially receives a head kick from Fili. They start to swing. Fili lands a big body kick. Jourdain lands a leg kick and follows it up with a body kick. Jourdain misses a spinning back fist. Fili partially lands a knee. Jourdain drops Fili with a huge left hand but Fili survives and gets to his feet right away. Fili hasn’t thrown a right hand in a long time. Fili ends the round with a takedown.

Round 2: Jourdain lands some leg kicks. He continues to land them before going for a body kick. Fili is looking for a headkick but Jourdain is blocking all of them so far. He lands another leg kick followed with a body kick. Fili lands a leg kick. Fili is starting to have more success with his hands but Jourdain is still in control overall. Fili lands a takedown but stands up soon after.

Round 3: The pair continue striking as the pace hasn’t slowed whatsoever. Jourdain lands a big left. Fili lands a body shot. Jourdain misses a flying knee. Fili goes for the takedown and this time lands it with lots of time on the clock. Jourdain gets up but Fili takes him down again. Jourdain gets back to his feet and escapes this time. Fili lands a body kick. They continue to swing now with 90 seconds remaining in the fight. Fili looks for another takedown but Jourdain defends this time. However, Fili lands another one soon after and ends the fight strong.

Official result: Andre Fili defeats Charles Jourdain via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).

UFC on ESPN 10 Highlights: Andre Fili Edges Out Charles Jourdain

Andre Fili vs Charles Jourdain continued the action at the UFC on ESPN 10 event.  The two fighters met in a featherweight bout on Saturday night (June 13, 2020) at the UFC on ESPN 10 event from Las Vegas, Nevada at the UFC APEX. An entertaining bo…

Andre Fili vs Charles Jourdain continued the action at the UFC on ESPN 10 event.  The two fighters met in a featherweight bout on Saturday night (June 13, 2020) at the UFC on ESPN 10 event from Las Vegas, Nevada at the UFC APEX. An entertaining bout with Fili working takedowns when he felt like […]

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5 Fights To Watch At UFC 246: McGregor vs. Cerrone

UFC 246 is the first pay-per-view event of 2020 and while everyone is focused on the main event, it should not take away from what the rest of the card is bringing. There are a lot of fighters putting it on the line Saturday night and they all deserve …

UFC 246 is the first pay-per-view event of 2020 and while everyone is focused on the main event, it should not take away from what the rest of the card is bringing. There are a lot of fighters putting it on the line Saturday night and they all deserve their due. However, here are five […]

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Andre Fili vs. Sodiq Yusuff in the Works for UFC 246

UFC 246 is working on adding a featherweight bout to its bill that would feature UFC veteran Andre Fili facing off against rising prospect Sodiq Yusuff come January. UFC 246 has been reported to be scheduled for the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada …

UFC 246 is working on adding a featherweight bout to its bill that would feature UFC veteran Andre Fili facing off against rising prospect Sodiq Yusuff come January. UFC 246 has been reported to be scheduled for the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on 2018. It is also rumored to be featuring the return […]

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Andre Fili vs. Sodiq Yusuff In The Works For UFC 246

A featherweight bout between Andre Fili and Sodiq Yusuff is slated for UFC 246 which takes place January 18. The news was reported by MMA Junkie who confirmed the matchup with someone close to the situation. Fili has won four of his last five outings and is coming off a first-round knockout of Sheymon Moraes […]

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A featherweight bout between Andre Fili and Sodiq Yusuff is slated for UFC 246 which takes place January 18.

The news was reported by MMA Junkie who confirmed the matchup with someone close to the situation.

Fili has won four of his last five outings and is coming off a first-round knockout of Sheymon Moraes back in July. Yusuff, meanwhile, is unbeaten in the UFC with three victories so far. His last outing was at UFC 241 where he finished Gabriel Benitez via TKO.

An official announcement of the featherweight matchup is expected soon.

Other bouts taking place at UFC 246 are as follows:

  • Maycee Barber vs. Roxanne Modafferi
  • Drew Dober vs. Nasrat Haqparast
  • Grant Dawson vs. Chas Skelly
  • Maurice Greene vs. Aleksei Oleinik
  • Claudia Gadelha vs. Alexa Grasso
  • Andre Fili vs. Sodiq Yusuff

UFC 246 has no official location as of yet but is expected to take place in Las Vegas. Conor McGregor previously announced that he would be making his return on the card with his opponent likely to be Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.

However, as the days go by, it’s becoming more and more uncertain if the former lightweight champion will in fact be competing on the card.

What do you think of Fili vs. Yusuff?

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