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Amanda Nunes Career Earnings In UFC

Amanda Nunes Career Earnings In UFC

Amanda Nunes Career Earnings In UFC

Amanda Nunes career earnings in the UFC total up to more than $2.2 million.

Nunes, 31, is widely regarded as the greatest women’s mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter of all time.

With victories over Ronda Rousey, Miesha Tate, Holly Holm, Cris Cyborg and Valentina Shevchenko under her belt, she has essentially beaten a who’s who of legendary female champions.

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Nunes’ first victory in the UFC came in August of 2013 when she defeated Sheila Gaff by TKO in the very first round.

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Just three months later, she would go on to defeat Germaine de Randamie in similarly dominant fashion by TKO in the first round.

Nunes’ first major career misstep came in September 2014 when she was beaten by Cat Zingano in the third round of their bout at UFC 178.

That would prove to be Nunes’ final career loss.

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From March 2015 to September 2019, she has gone four years without suffering a defeat in the octagon.

Along the way, Nunes defeated Tate at UFC 200 to capture the bantamweight championship of the world.

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She ultimately defended her title three times before Dana White permitted her to move up in weight and challenge Cyborg for the 145-pound belt.

At UFC 232, Nunes defeated Cyborg to win the featherweight championship of the world.

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With the victory, Nunes became the first woman to ever hold championship belts simultaneously in the UFC.

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Please find Nunes’ career earnings below.

Keep in mind, these are disclosed earnings only. They do not include any secret payouts made by the UFC.

UFC Belt

Strikeforce: Barnett vs Kharitonov – Sept 10, 2011 – Loss (Davis) – $7,500

UFC 163 – Aug 3, 2013 – Win (Gaff) – $12,000 ($6,000 to show, $6,000 win bonus)

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UFC: Fight for the Troops 3 – Nov 6, 2013 – Win (de Randamie) – $16,000 ($8,000 to show, $8,000 win bonus)

UFC 178 – Sept 27, 2014 – Loss (Zingano) – $15,000

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UFC Fight Night: Maia vs LaFlare – Mar 21, 2015 – Win (Baszler) – $30,000 ($15,000 to show, $15,000 win bonus)

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UFC Fight Night: Teixeira vs Saint Preux – Aug 8, 2015 – Win (McMann) – $97,000 ($21,000 to show, $21,000 win bonus, $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus, $5,000 Reebok sponsorship)

UFC 196 – Mar 5, 2016 – Win (Shevchenko) – $61,000 ($28,000 to show, $28,000 win bonus, $5,000 Reebok sponsorship)

UFC 200 – Jul 9, 2016 – Win (Tate) – $180,000 ($100,000 to show, $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus, $30,000 Reebok sponsorship)

UFC 207 – Dec 30, 2016 – Win (Rousey) – $290,000 ($100,000 to show, $100,000 win bonus, $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus, $40,000 Reebok sponsorship)

UFC 215 – Sept 9, 2017 – Win (Shevchenko) – $250,000 ($105,000 to show, $105,000 win bonus, $40,000 Reebok sponsorship)

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UFC 224 – May 12, 2018 – W in(Pennington) – $260,000 ($110,000 to show, $110,000 win bonus, $40,000 fight week incentive pay)

UFC 232– Dec 29, 2018 – Win (Cyborg) – $440,000 ($350,000 to show, $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus, $40,000 fight week incentive pay)

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UFC 239 – Jul 6, 2019 – Win (Holm) – $590,000 ($300,000 to show, $200,000 win bonus, $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus, $40,000 fight week incentive pay)

Amanda Nunes Career Earnings: $2,217,500

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