UFC 239 salaries: Jon Jones tops list at 500k

Get the Full StoryCheck out the full fight card purses for UFC 239: Jones vs. Santos. UFC 239 is currently underway in Las Vegas, but we already know what the official payroll is for all 24 competitors on Saturday evening s card.

Per the Nevada Athletic Commission, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is the only one with a base purse of 500,000. No win bonus is written down for him or for challenger Thiago Santos, whose official purse is listed at 350,000. As for the co-main event, women s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes salary is listed at 300,000, but she can tack on 200,000 more if she vanquishes Holly Holm, whose purse is 300,000 with no win bonus.

In total, there are nine fighters who will clear six-figures without needing a win bonus, with Gilbert Melendez 200,000 as the only one who s not part of the main card.

Here s the full list of UFC 239 payouts:

Main Card

Jon Jones 500,000; no win bonus vs. Thiago Santos 350,000; no win bonus

Amanda Nunes 300,000; 200,000 win bonus vs. Holly Holm 300,000; no win bonus

Ben Askren 210,000; 160,000 win bonus vs. Jorge Masvidal 100,000; 100,000 win bonus

Jan Blachowicz 46,000; 46,000 win bonus vs. Luke Rockhold 200,000; 150,000 win bonus

Michael Chiesa 52,000; 52,000 win bonus vs. Diego Sanchez 103,000; 103,000 win bonus

Preliminary Card

Arnold Allen 32,000; 32,000 win bonus vs. Gilbert Melendez 200,000; no win bonus

Nohelin Hernandez 12,000; 12,000 win bonus vs. Marlon Vera 48,000; 48,000 win bonus

Claudia Gadelha 51,000; 51,000 win bonus vs. Randa Markos 30,000; 30,000 win bonus

Alejandro Perez 42,000; 42,000 win bonus vs. Song Yadong 45,000; 45,000 win bonus

Jack Marshman 30,000; 30,000 win bonus vs. Edmen Shahbazyan 16,000; 16,000 win bonus

Ismail Naurdiev 14,000; 14,000 win bonus vs. Chance Rencountre 14,000; 14,000 win bonus

Julia Avila 10,000; 10,000 win bonus vs. Pannie Kianzad 12,000; 12,000 win bonus

As usual, these figures do not represent a fighter s total earnings, as things such as Reebok sponsorship, pay-per-view points, and discretionary bonuses are not publicly disclosed.