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Henry Cejudo Career Earnings | Purse Payouts | Sponsorship Money

Henry Cejudo is a professional mixed martial arts fighter and former freestyle wrestler from United States. He retired from UFC on May 9, 2020 after winning fight against opponent Dominic Cruz at UFC 249. However it’s confirmed that Henry Cejudo return and signed new contract with UFC his upcoming fight will take place with opponent Aljamain Sterling. Henry Cejudo career earnings, purse payouts and sponsorship details were reported.

OpponentGuaranteed PurseWinning BonusSponsorship PPV CardYear
Dustin Kimura$15k$15k$2.5kUFC on Fox 132014
Chris Cariaso$17k$17k$2.5kUFC 1852015
Chico Camus$19k$19k$2.5kUFC 1882015
Jussier Formiga$21k$21k$2.5kFight Night 782015
Demetrious Johnson$60kN/A$3kUFC 1972016
Joseph Benavidez$50kN/A$3kTUF 24 Finale2016
Wilson Reis$50k$50k$3kUFC 2152017
Sergio Pettis$55k$55k$3kUFC 2182017
Demetrious Johnson$110k$100k$10kUFC 2272018
T.J. Dillashaw$350kN/A$10kFight Night 1432019
Marlon Moraes$400kN/A$10kUFC 2382019
Dominick Cruz$400kN/A$10kUFC 2492020
Aljamain Sterling$500k$100k$32kUFC 2882023
Upcoming FightN/AN/AN/AN/A2021
How Much Henry Cejudo Earn Per Fight in UFC?

Since it’s his new contract and the earnings of the fighters improved who were on the main-event of the pay-per-view. Henry Cejudo will earn guaranteed purse of $500k for this fight and his earnings will exceed estimated $1.2m based on sponsorship, win bonus, performance bonus.

The Olympic gold medalist at Beijing Olympics in 2008 hopeful to get a successful return after two years of retirement. Cejudo in a short period of time become the a two division champion in the UFC and holding titles in both division flyweight and bantamweight. He is hopeful to become champion on 6th May at UFC 288 where he will be fighting current bantamweight division champion Aljamain Sterling. Further details based on the Henry Cejudo career earnings updated after each of his UFC pay-per-view.