Brock Lesnar’s Total Earnings From Entire UFC Career

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Revealed: WWE Champion Brock Lesnar’s Total Earnings From Entire UFC Career 

Revealed: WWE Champion Brock Lesnar’s Total Earnings From Entire UFC Career
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Brock Lesnar is often said to be the greatest athlete in the history of Combat Sports. No one has been more dominant than him both in the world of Mixed Martial Arts which continued in the world of pro-wrestling.

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He is undoubtedly the most prolific performer of the WWE in the bygone decade who accomplished some major records that no other star has been able to do.

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But before transforming to a WWE Superstar, Brock Lesnar was a marquee attraction in the world of MMA as he was under contract with the UFC. Back in his heyday in the legit fighting promotion, he also used to hold an undefeated streak that made him the Undisputed UFC Heavyweight Champion. As we all know, this is a world with a lot of money, the timespan in UFC let him earn a lot.

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Recently, Game 7 has released the current WWE Champion (and a former UFC Heavyweight Champion) Brock Lesnar’s complete career earnings from UFC fights.

Here you will get to know how much he received for his every fight inside the Octagon whereas the total earnings from his entire UFC career have also been disclosed. Check out the below list,

UFC 81 (2008): Loss (Frank Mir) – $250,000

UFC 87 (2008): Win (Heath Herring) – $450,000 ($250,000 to show, $200,000 win bonus)

UFC 91 (2008): Win (Randy Couture) – $450,000 ($250,000 to show, $200,000 win bonus)

UFC 100 (2009): Win (Frank Mir) – $400,000

UFC 116 (2010): Win (Shane Carwin) – $475,000 ($400,000 to show, $75,000 Submission of the Night bonus)

UFC 121 (2010): Loss (Cain Velasquez) – $400,000

UFC 141 (2011): Loss (Alistair Overeem) – $400,000

UFC 200 (2016): Win (Mark Hunt) – $2,255,000 ($2,500,000 to show, $250,000 fine for failed drug test, $5,000 Reebok sponsorship)

Total Earnings: $5,125,000

This much money could be doubled by now as he is the richest WWE Superstar in terms of a paycheck, every year. No one has earned than Brock Lesnar who is considered to be the biggest box office attraction of the company.

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This is also why he carries a championship around his shoulder, most of the times despite being a part-time superstar. His current WWE title reign is expected to continue until WrestleMania 36, at least.

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