BKFC 28 payouts have been released by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department (RLD).
Thursday, MMA Junkie received a list of disclosed salaries for the bareknuckle boxing event which took place Aug. 28 at Rio Rancho Events Center in Albuquerque, N.M.
All payouts consisted of flat purses – meaning no win bonuses.
Former UFC title challenger John Dodson made his BKFC debut in the co-main event, pocketing the highest disclosed payout of $75,000 for his first-round knockout win over fellow ex-UFC fighter Ryan Benoit, who made $20,000.
The event was headlined by a 125-pound title fight, which saw Christine Ferea make quick work of Taylor Starling. Ferea earned $22,500, while Starling took home $20,000.
Scroll below to see the full list of disclosed salaries. These figures do not include any additional bonuses the promotion may issue.
Roderick Stewart: $2,000 for loss to Jeremy Sauceda
Jeremy Sauceda: $2,500 for knockout win over Roderick Stewart
Cassie Robb: $5,000 for loss to Jayme Hinshaw
Jayme Hinshaw: $5,000 for TKO win over Cassie Robb
Kyle McElroy: $3,000 for loss to Josh Watson
Josh Watson: $2,000 for TKO win over Kyle McElroy
Zion Tomlinson: $4,000 for loss to Joshua Moreno
Joshua Moreno: $3,000 for knockout win over Zion Tomlinson
Joshua Morales: $3,500 for loss to Tony Soto
Tony Soto: $4,000 for TKO win over Joshua Morales
Nick Villar: $2,000 for loss to Eric Dodson
Eric Dodson: $2,500 for knockout win over Nick Villar
Jake Young: $5,000 for loss to Will Santiago
Will Santiago: $4,000 for TKO win over Jake Young
Donald Sanchez: $7,500 for loss to Jeremy Smith
Jeremy Smith: $4,000 for unanimous decision win over Donald Sanchez
Isaac Vallie-Flagg: $9,000 for loss to Brad Kelly
Brad Kelly: $5,000 for unanimous decision win over Isaac Vallie-Flagg
Ryan Benoit: $20,000 for loss to John Dodson
John Dodson: $75,000 for knockout win over Ryan Benoit
Taylor Starling: $20,000 for loss to Christine Ferea
Christine Ferea: $22,500 for knockout win over Taylor Starling
Total disclosed pay for BKFC 28 athletes: $210,500
Bareknuckle Fighting Championship