The WBC and WBO unified super bantamweight champion Stephen Fulton is set to defend his titles against Daniel Roman on June 4 at Minneapolis Armory. The purse payouts for the Fulton vs Roman fight have been revealed. Let’s check out how much the fighters will earn in this title match.
Everything You Need to Know
- Competition: WBC and WBO unified super bantamweight titles
- Date: Saturday, 4 June 2022
- Time: 9:00 pm ET
- Arena: Minneapolis Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Stephen Fulton vs Daniel Roman Purse Payouts and PPV Share
The purse payouts for the Fulton vs Roman fight have been announced. The 27-year-old undefeated champion Stephen Fulton will earn a guaranteed purse of $500k for this fight. Moreover, he will earn 60% of the PPV share and sponsorship bonuses.
The 32-year-old American Daniel Roman will leave the ring pocketing a $300k guaranteed purse after this championship fight. He will earn 40% of the PPV plus sponsorship bonuses.
Being the undefeated WBC super bantamweight and WBO junior featherweight champion, Stephen Fulton will earn more money than Daniel Roman.
|Players||PPV Share||Guaranteed Purse||Total Payouts (Estimated)|
|Stephen Fulton||60%||$500,000||$1 million|
How much will Stephen Fulton earn in the fight against Roman?
Stephen Fulton will play against Daniel Roman to defend his WBC and WBO unified super bantamweight title. He will earn a guaranteed purse of $500k for this fight. Additionally, he will earn 60% of the PPV share. The total payouts would be $1m.
Stephen Fulton (20-0-0, 8 KOs), the 27 years old American international has never lost or drawn a match in his entire career. He has a clean record of 20 wins in 20 matches, winning by some form of KOs in 8 matches. He won his last fight by majority decision against Brandon Figueroa in November last year.
How much will Daniel Roman earn in the fight against Fulton?
Daniel Roman will play against Stephen Fulton for the WBC and WBO unified super bantamweight titles. He will earn a guaranteed purse of $300k for this fight. Additionally, he will earn 40% of the PPV share. The total payouts would be $500k.
Daniel Roman (29-3-1, 10 KOs), the 32 years old American international has 29 wins and 3 defeats in his career. He won his last fight by unanimous decision against Ricardo Franco in May last year.
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