The upcoming pay-per-view Bellator 290 revealed. Pay-per-view event feature the biggest fight of the year 2023, where Ryan Bader will be seen in action against Fedor Emelianenko. These two already face each other in past and it’s their second clash in Bellator. The main pay-per-view will be for the Heavyweight title, Ryan Bader will defend it against Emelianenko. Bellator 290 salaries, purse payouts and pay-per-view share for the fighters reported.
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How Much main-event fighters will earn at Bellator 290?
Ryan Bader reported purse $500k for the fight. He is the current defending champion of heavyweight division, will be seen in the action against Fedor Emelianenko. Fedor Emelianenko return to Bellator after one year, his reported purse $350k. The fight already create big hype in the media outlets and among MMA fans.
- The co-main event is for the middleweight division title where Johnny Eblen defend title against Anatoly Tokov
- There are three fights that are adjusted in the main-card, further all fights take place in Preliminary card.
- Kia Forum venue selected for the fight where maximum capacity is 18k at one time and lowest recorded 8k, Bellator promotion hopeful that crowed for (Bellator 290) is fully charged before main-event.
- CBS and Paramount+ broadcast the fight coverage live online worldwide, preliminary fights broadcast on YouTube and Pluto TV.
The event completed and CSAC released the payouts for the fighters and as per details $150k reported to be highest purse for Bader and Eblen. While the MMA professional fighter (Fedor Emelianenko) who is retiring from the MMA receive share $100k. If there will be any changes to current Bellator 290 salaries for the fighters regarding to pay-per-view money the details will be updated later.