Cain VelasquezThis past Saturday night is one UFC heavyweight Junior dos Santos would probably like to forget. The former champion entered his headlining clash with Cain Velasquez as a slight favorite and exited with a severely swollen face and no title in tow, losing a one-sided decision to the new divisional king.

Fortunately, Dos Santos can at least afford to buy himself a nice gift, take an incredible vacation, or invest in some improved training after scoring the biggest check at UFC 155. According to the Nevada Athletic Commission, “Cigano” received $400,000 for his fight with Velasquez.

The figure does not include any sponsorship money or undisclosed payouts.

Velasquez also did well, landing $200,000 for his impressive outing including a $100,000 bonus for the victory. He and Dos Santos were the only fighters to crack the six-figure mark without the aid of a bonus.

A full list of UFC 155 salaries can be seen below:

Chris Cariaso – $12,000
John Moraga – $87,000 (includes $11,000 win bonus, $65,000 Submission of the Night bonus)
Leonard Garcia – $20,000
Max Holloway – $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus)
Phil DeFries – $14,000
Todd Duffee – $81,000 (includes $8,000 win bonus, $65,000 Knockout of the Night bonus)
Michael Johnson – $14,000
Myles Jury – $16,000 (includes $8,000 win bonus)
Melvin Guillard – $42,000
Jamie Varner – $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus)
Byron Bloodworth – $6,000
Erik Perez – $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus)
Brad Pickett – $17,000
Eddie Wineland – $30,000 (includes $15,000 win bonus)
Chris Leben – $51,000
Derek Brunson – $30,000 (includes $17,000 win bonus)
Alan Belcher – $37,000
Yushin Okami – $84,000 (includes $42,000 win bonus)
Tim Boetsch – $37,000
Costa Philippou – $36,000 (includes $18,000 win bonus)
Joe Lauzon – $92,000 (includes $65,000 Fight of the Night bonus)
Jim Miller – $147,000 (includes $41,000 win bonus, $65,000 Fight of the Night bonus)
Junior dos Santos – $400,000
Cain Velasquez – $200,000 (includes $100,000 win bonus)

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