Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Vendettax, Jan 19, 2020.
Conor never lets the people down when it comes to sheer entertainment
Congrats on Conors money. I am happy for you...
Official pay out is 3 millions..
So you claim he got 77 millions in bonus?
Yeah nah mate even with all his promotional money rebook booze other deals etc he didn't come close to making 80 million from that fight. I could buy maybe up to 15 or even 20 mill at absolute max if the PPV numbers banged but 80's fake as fuck.
3 million minus expenses and taxes. Take home less than a million.
Lol. It's sad that people might be dumb enough to believe that PPV points don't exist.
Tbf it isn’t any dumber than believing he got 80m.
so 77 millions in ppv points?
Especially on ESPN where the ppv have been bad?
Of course Conor made more than the official pay out, no doubt.. But not 80mil as TS claim.
He easily could have including all the sponsorships, gate, ppv, ESPN+ sale
I'm guessing closer to 40-50 mill.
I'm sure he made bank, but 80 mill?
He definitely got more than 3, that’s prob all we’ll ever know.
Yeah, and also Conor makes one billion trillion on his whiskey.
Probably UFC's revenue from that weak ass event was about 80-100 million. Take away fighter pay, take away cable operators cut, take away tax and all that stuff - UFC will probably pocket 40-50 mil max. Out of that Conor could get 10%, which I doubt, so he is getting about 8-10 mil with all included.
That's more than good money, yes. But lol at that 80 million figure.
Lol at idiots believing this 80 million bs.
he will make more money when you alcoholic bums buy his whiskey
It's sad you believe dana white.
80 mill reebawk points maybe which is like 800k in real money.
80 million for that fight?
Jesus do Conor fans just make multiple accounts on here?
3 mil after tax is what??
Fucking Conor fans are the least intelligent in the history of MMA.
I like how TS left his own thread..
That is more than they make from ppv after taxes!
Guess Dana regrets now that Conor is back, since he forced him to take a loan.
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