The UFC 276 is set to go hot on Saturday, 2 July 2022 inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Israel Adesanya’s UFC Middleweight title will be on the line as he will try to defend against Jared Cannonier in the main event.
In the co-main, Alexander Volkanovski will defend his UFC featherweight title and try to go 3-0 up against Max Holloway.
You can follow this article to know the purse of UFC 276, how much Adesanya and Cannonier will earn, and Volkanovski and Holloway will earn. Again, here we will get to know how much the Adesanya vs Cannonier price is.
- Event: UFC 276
- Date: Saturday, 2 July 2022
- Main Card: From 10:00 pm ET
- Main Event: Around 12:15 am ET, depending on how long the undercard fight lasts
- TV: ESPN, ABC
- Live Stream: ESPN+
- Israel Adesanya (c) vs. Jared Cannonier for the UFC middleweight title
- Alexander Volkanovski (c) vs. Max Holloway 3 for the UFC featherweight title
- Sean Strickland vs. Alex Pereira; Middleweights
- Pedro Munhoz vs. Sean O’Malley; Bantamweights
- Robbie Lawler vs. Bryan Barberena; Welterweights
UFC 276 Purse, Payouts, and Salaries:
The official purse and payouts for UFC 276 have not been revealed yet. But we can certainly get an idea how much the fighters will earn by analysing their previous payouts.
UFC 276 Fighter Payouts and Bonuses:
|Israel Adesanya||$1.8 million||N/A||$1.8 million|
How much will Adesanya and Cannonier earn in UFC 276?
Adesanya made his MMA debut in 2012. Israel Adesanya is on a 11-1 record since joining UFC in 2018. He beat Kelvin Gastelum in 2019 to have his shot at the UFC middleweight title. Later that year, he defeated Robert Whittaker via KO to win the title. Adesanya has defended his title 4 times since then, including a rematch against Whittaker last February.
He defended his title against Yoel Romero, Paulo Costa, and Marvin Vettori.
Adesanya earned $490,000 when he beat Whittaker in UFC 243 in 2019 to win his middleweight title. In the rematch last February, the middleweight champion pocketed a whopping $642,000.
On the other hand, Jared Cannonier had been a heavyweight and light heavyweight player before turning into middleweight. He made his pro debut in 2011. Cannonier made his UFC debut in 2015 and lost against Shawn Jordan. He is on a 8-5 record and 5-1 in his last six, on a two-match winning streak. Cannonier beat Derek Brunson in his last fight via KO last February.
Cannonier earned $8,000 in his UFC debut in 2015. He pocketed $221,000 in his last fight.
These purse figures include bonuses.
How much will Volkanovski and Holloway earn in UFC 276?
Alexander Volkanovski has a 2-0 record over his opponent Max Holloway. The 33-year-old Aussie beat Holloway in 2019 in UFC 245 to win the featherweight title. Again, he defended his title against the 30-year-old American in 2020 in UFC 251.
Since the wins against Holloway, he has defended his title against Brian Ortega and Chan Sung Jung. He beat “The Korean Zombie” via technical KO in his last fight in April.
Volkanovski made his pro debut in 2012. After losing 4 fights, he has gone unbeaten in 21 straight fights. He has been undefeated in the UFC since joining 2016 with 11-0.
On the other hand, Holloway joined UFC in 2012 and started with 3-3. Since then, he went 14-1 to beat Jose Aldo in 2016 to win the UFC featherweight title. He defended the title three times before losing it to Volkanovski. Holloway beat Yair Rodriguez in his last fight in November last year.
Volkanovski is 2-0 up against Holloway in UFC featherweight title matches. Volkanovski earned $280,000 in 2019 when he defeated Hollow for the first time. In the rematch in 2020, the featherweight champion pocketed a whopping $390,000.
On the other hand, Holloway earned $390,000 and $280,000, respectively, in those two matches.
These purse figures include bonuses.
How much will Pedro Munoz and Sean O’Malley earn?
Sean O’Malley will face off against Pedro Munoz in the UFC 276 as a Adesanya-Cannonier undercard. It will be a Bantamweight bout and the winner should get a shot at the title.
Sean O’Malley “Sugar” is on a 15-1-0 record. However, it will be the biggest fight of his career so far as Pedro Munoz is ranked number 9 in the bantamweight division. Hence, he is going to get his biggest payday as well.
The 27-year-old American “Sugar” is a rising star. He earned around $200,000 in his last fight. According to several sources, he will pocket around $250,000 in his fight against Pedro Munoz in UFC 276.
On the other hand, the 35-year-old Brazilian star Pedro Munoz is on a 19-7-0 record. Nicknamed “The Young Punisher”, Munoz started his UFC career in UFC 170. He started with a payout of $8,000. However, he took around $150,000 in his recent bout.
According to several sources, he will pocket around $200,000 in his fight against Sean O’Malley in UFC 276.
How much will Robbie Lawler and Bryan Barberena earn?
Former UFC Welterweight champion the “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler will be back in action against Bryan Barberena. This welterweight fight will be a undercard of the main event Adesenya vs Cannonier.
The 40-year-old veteran American Robbie is on a 29-15-0 record. He started his UFC career in 2004. He defeated fellow legend Nick Diaz in his last fight.
Robbie Lowler made $8,000 for his first fight. However, he earned a whopping $321,000 in his last fight against Nick Diaz. However, the payout would not be that big in this match. Robbie Lawler will earn around $250,000 for this one against Brayn.
On the other hand, the 33-year-old American “Bam Bam” Bryan Barberena is on a 17-8-0 record. Bryan is not nearly as famous as Robbie. But he will earn a handsome prize money in this fight.
He pocketed around $120,000 in his last bout. He will earn around $150,000 in his fight against Robbie Lawler in UFC 276.
UFC 276 PPV Price:
Adesanya and Cannonier main event as well as the main card are available on ESPN+ pay-per-view. It will cost $74.99 for the current ESPN+ subscribers. For the new ESPN+ subscribers, it will cost $99.98. It is a bundle pack including the main card and Annual Subscription.
- $74.99 for the current ESPN+ subscribers
- $99.98 for the new ESPN+ subscribers
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