Brock down, but not down and out

Brock Lesnar devastated after loss, in photo sent over Twitter

Lenar ended up losing and was deprived of his heavyweight belt at UFC 121 last Saturdy in California. Nevertheless, the four minutes twelve seconds he lasted before being knocked out by Cain Velasquez still yielded the ex-champ the highest payday of the event: 400 thousand dollars.

It’s worth noting that further income UFC fighters receive may come from shares of pay-per-view revenues and sponsorship deals, which do not figure in the sums released by the athletic commissions.

Check out each fighter on the UFC 121 card’s pay out:

Cain Velasquez: Us$200,000 + 70,000 (melhor nocaute da noite)

Brock Lesnar: US$ 400,000

Jake Shields: US$ 150,000

Martin Kampmann: US$ 27,000

Diego Sanchez: US$ 100,000 + 70,000 (fight of the night)

Paulo Thiago: US$ 18,000 + 70,000 (fight of the night)

Matt Hamill: US$ 58,000

Tito Ortiz: US$ 250,000

Brendan Schaub: US$ 20,000

Gabriel Gonzaga: US$ 67,000

Court McGee: US$ 30,000

Ryan Jensen: US$ 10,000

Tom Lawlor: US$ 20,000

Patrick Cote: US$ 21,000

Daniel Roberts: US$ 16,000 + 70,000 (submission of the night)

Mike Guymon: US$ 8,000

Sam Stout: US$32,000

Paul Taylor: US $16,000

Chris Camozzi: US $16,000 ($8,000 win bonus)

Dongi Yang: US$ 8,000

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