Randy's PPV bonus is in no way indicative of the purses of the approximately 300 other athletes on the UFC payroll.
That's true, but my remark about bonuses wasn't about the pay for the average fighter.
No but it is indicative of what the top fighters and draws are making. Obviously the all 20 fighters on a card are not getting PPV %'s but it puts things in perspective.
Basically what Toxic said. This is a quote from the link I posted:
While not confirmed, it is believed that this bonus structure is consistent across the board for the top fighters who receive pay-per-view bonuses.
My mention of bonuses was in response to:
I don't think Dana would have offered enough since $1.84mil was the total fighter salaries for UFC 129, which was the largest UFC event and its 2011 now.
I used the PPV bonus scale info to illustrate that $1.84M is extremely unlikely to be the end of the fighters' pay for this event.