Bryan Barberena professional mixed martial arts fighter from America. He is currently active and hold contract deal with UFC promotion. Before making his way to UFC, he takes part in the top other promotions of MMA including King of the Cage, Cage Fighting Xtreme, Dakota. In 2009, he made professional debut from (Dakota FC 12) ppv event against Dirk Thiedeman. Bryan Barberena career earnings and purses from the UFC fight reported.
|Opponents||Purse||Win Bonus||PPV Event||Year|
|Randy Brown||$48k||N/A||Fight Night 154||2019|
|Anthony Ivy||$48k||$48k||UFC Vegas 10||2019|
|Jason Witt||$48k||N/A||UFC Vegas 33||2020|
|Darian Weeks||$85k||$85k||UFC Vegas 44||2021|
|Matt Brown||$85k||$85k||UFC on ESPN 33||2021|
|Robbie Lawler||$210k||$100k||UFC 276||2022|
|Rafael dos Anjos||$210k||–||UFC on ESPN 42||2022|
How Much Barberena Currently Earning From UFC Contract?
The official details about his contract not revealed, but some sources claimed his salary increased after UFC 276. He earned guaranteed purse of $210k for the fight, $32k from the sponsorship and $100k as of win bonus which becomes his career highest purse. He will earn share of $210k guaranteed for upcoming fight against Rafael dos Anjos.
How Much Bryan Barberena Make from UFC Bonuses?
- He made $50k from the UFC 276 from the performance bonus
- Since making debut in UFC, he earned almost $250k from the UFC bonuses (performance of the night) and fight of the night.
The given details in the table is from his previous few pay-per-view events. Bryan Barberena career earnings increased from $1m to $1.5m since his salary increment per fight in 2022.