UFC 175 Fighter Salaries: Chris Weidman Tops the List Just Under Half a Million Dollars


UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman reportedly topped the UFC 175 fighter salaries, earning nearly half a million dollars on the disclosed payroll recorded with the Nevada Athletic Commission. view original article >>
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