Showing posts with label Wagnney Fabiano. Show all posts
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Saturday, November 10, 2012

BELLATOR 80 RESULTS: Alexander Volkov and Rad Martinez Advance to HW and FW Tournament Finals on MTV2 - 11/9/12


Bellator Fighting Championships presented Bellator 80: Warren vs Evinger on Friday, November 9, 2012, at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. The main card of this event (Episode 7 of Season 7) aired live on MTV2.

In the main event, former Bellator featherweight champion Joe Warren made a successful return to bantamweight against an overmatched Owen Evinger, brother of WMMA star Tonya Evinger. Warren flirted with 135-pounds before, but has now made a permanent move back to bantamweight after suffering a brutal knockout loss to Pat Curran at 145-pounds.

Alexander Volkov advanced to the finals of the Bellator Season 7 Heavyweight Tournament with a last-second knockout of Vinicius "Spartan" Queiroz at the end of the second round. The finish came after referee James Warring, a former pro boxer, inexplicably stood the fighters up from the ground after just mere seconds.

The Rocky Balboa adversary-inspired Russian heavyweight Alexander "Drago" Volkov will fittingly fight American Richard Hale, a real-life Rocky, for the heavyweight tournament title at the Bellator 84 season finale.

Rising star Rad Martinez looked excellent in outpointing MMA veteran Wagnney Fabiano over the course of 15 minutes to advance to the finals of the Bellator Season 7 Featherweight Tournament. Martinez will lock horns with fellow top 145-pound prospect Shahbulat Shamhalaev in the tourney final at Bellator 83.

Complete Results After the Break

Saturday, October 13, 2012

BELLATOR 76 RESULTS: Eddie Alvarez Head Kick KO's Patricky Pitbull - 10/12/12



Bellator Fighting Championships presented Bellator 76: Alvarez vs Pitbull on Friday, October 12, 2012, at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor in Ontario, Canada.

Watch Video of Eddie Alvarez's Knockout and Complete Results After the Break

Monday, November 15, 2010

PAYDAY: WEC 52 Salaries - Purse Amounts and Bonus Payouts for Faber vs Mizugaki


The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) has released the following purse amounts for WEC 52: FABER VS MIZUGAKI, held November 11, 2010 at The Pearl at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.

These are the salaries reported to the NSAC by the WEC. Urijah Faber was the top earner of the night with his $66,000 payout. Winning fighters in RED.

Urijah Faber made $66,000 ($28K show + $28K win + $10K SUB bonus) for 4:50 submission win.

Takeya Mizugaki made $10,000 for 4:50 submission loss.

Chad Mendes made $17,000 ($8.5K show + $8.5K win) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.

Javier Vazquez made $11,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Erik Koch made $18,000 ($4K show + $4K win + $10K KO bonus) for 1:36 TKO win.

Francisco Rivera made $4,000 for 1:36 TKO loss.

Joseph Benavidez made $35,000 ($17.5K show + $17.5K win) for 7:45 submission win.

Wagnney Fabiano made $19,000 for 7:45 submission loss.

Demetrious Johnson made $8,000 ($4K show + $4K win) for 12:27 submission win.

Damacio Page made $9,000 for 12:27 submission loss.

Raphael Assuncao made $26,000 ($13K show + $13K win) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.

L.C. Davis made $11,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Anthony Njokuani made $14,000 ($7K show + $7K win) for 9:54 TKO win.

Edward Faaloloto made $3,500 for 9:54 TKO loss.

Dustin Poirier made $6,000 ($3K show + $3K win) for 0:53 TKO win.

Zack Micklewright made $3,000 for 0:53 TKO loss.

Michael McDonald made $6,000 ($3K show + $3K win) for 2:42 submission win.

Clint Godfrey made $3,000 for 2:42 submission loss.

Cub Swanson made $32,000 ($11K show + $11K win + $10K FOTN bonus) for 15:00 split decision win.

Mackens Semerzier made $14,000 ($4K show + $10K FOTN bonus) for 15:00 split decision loss.

Yves Jabouin made $5,000 ($3K show + $2K win) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.

Brandon Visher made $4,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

TOP 10 OVERALL EARNERS

 1. Urijah Faber ($66K)
 2. Joseph Benavidez ($35K)
 3. Cub Swanson ($32K)
 4. Raphael Assuncao ($26K)
 5. Wagnney Fabiano ($19K)
 6. Erik Koch ($18K)
 7. Chad Mendes ($17K)
 8. Anthony Njokuani ($14K)
 8. Mackens Semerzier ($14K)
10. Javier Vazquez ($11K)
10. LC Davis ($11K)

TOP 10 BASE SALARIES

 1. Urijah Faber ($28K)
 2. Wagnney Fabiano ($19K)
 3. Joseph Benavidez ($17.5K)
 4. Raphael Assuncao ($13K)
 5. Javier Vazquez ($11K)
 5. LC Davis ($11K)
 5. Cub Swanson ($11K)
 8. Takeya Mizugaki ($10K)
 9. Damacio Page ($9K)
10. Chad Mendes ($8.5K)

BOTTOM 5 OVERALL EARNERS

 1. Clint Godfrey ($3K)
 1. Zack Micklewright ($3K)
 3. Edward Faaloloto ($3.5K)
 4. Brandon Visher ($4K)
 4. Francisco Rivera ($4K)

COST BY FIGHT

Urijah Faber vs. Takeya Mizugaki ($66,000) + ($10,000 bonus)

Chad Mendes vs. Javier Vazquez ($28,000)

Erik Koch vs. Francisco Rivera ($12,000) + ($10,000 bonus)

Joseph Benavidez vs. Wagnney Fabiano ($54,000)

Demetrious Johnson vs. Damacio Page ($17,000)

Raphael Assuncao vs. L.C. Davis ($37,000)

Anthony Njokuani vs. Edward Faaloloto ($17,500)

Dustin Poirier vs. Zack Micklewright ($9,000)

Michael McDonald vs. Clint Godfrey ($9,000)

Cub Swanson vs. Mackens Semerzier ($26,000) + ($20,000 bonuses)

Yves Jabouin vs. Brandon Visher ($9,000)

OFFICIAL BONUSES

FIGHT OF THE NIGHT: Cub Swanson vs. Mackens Semerzier ($10,000 each)

KNOCKOUT OF THE NIGHT: Erik Koch ($10,000)

SUBMISSION OF THE NIGHT: Urijah Faber ($10,000)*

*At the WEC 52 post-fight press conference, Urijah Faber said he would be splitting his submission bonus with his Team Alpha Male teammate Joseph Benavidez, who also scored a submission victory.

TOTAL DISCLOSED PAYROLL: $284,500 + $40,000 bonuses

NOTE: The salary amounts do not include any individual fighter endorsement earnings for this event, nor do they include any undisclosed bonuses. Fighters pay out of pocket for licensing fees and related expenses. Fighters spend months training in preparation for these fights, so they are being paid for work already completed in the gym as well as their performance. In my opinion, a fighter can NEVER be overpaid, and most fighters are often underpaid given the risk they incur in their workplace.