How much will the participants of the Thriller show earn?



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How much will the participants of the Thriller show earn?

The team from the Triller promotion seems confident that they will do a good job once again. This can be deduced from the fees for the event led by the match between Ben Askren and Jake Paul, for which they will set aside a little over three million dollars in total, and among the participants, they will be a little more than satisfied with the income.

For starters, it is worth saying that Paul or Askren are not the owners of the highest fee at the show after all. It will belong to the participant in the title fight, former world champion of the welterweight category, Regis Prograis, who will earn 850 thousand dollars.

The quality of boxing in this event is certainly given by his fight against Ivan Redkach, a Ukrainian who will clean up a quarter of a million Paul will earn $ 690,000, also nearly $ 200,000 more than Askren, to whom half a million is actually a career fee.

While it’s not known how much he earned by fighting for the Bellator or ONE Championship, we can assume that the $ 350,000 he took in the UFC fight against Robbie Lawler is his biggest fee to date. Also, it is not known whether Paul and Askren are entitled to a portion of the proceeds from the TV or whether it will all go to the organizer.

Frank Mir will take $ 350,000 for his boxing debut, which is unquestionably the largest amount the former UFC champion can currently take anywhere, while his opponent, Steve Cunningham, will get $ 150,000.

List

There are a total of six fights on the program, and their list, along with the announced fees, is below the text.

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren - List of fights and fees Ben Askren vs. $ 500,000 Jake Paul $ 690,000 Ivan Redkach $ 250,000 vs. Regis Prograis $ 850,000 Frank Mir $ 350,000 vs. Steve Cunningham $ 150,000 Andres “Reykon” London $ 80,000 vs.

Joe Fournier $ 220,000 Jeyson Minda $ 8,000 vs. Junior Younan $ 25,000 $ 8,000 vs William Jackson Quinton Randall $ 15,000 Of course, most fighters will earn a lot of money, so it is not surprising when fighters have words of praise for each other after the fight.

Everything that happens before the fight is actually just a "mask", and in this way the fighters try to increase the viewership of their match and thus their earnings. All in all, during a pandemic this is fine money.

Frank Mir will take $ 350,000 for his boxing debut, which is unquestionably the largest amount the former UFC champion can currently take anywhere, while his opponent, Steve Cunningham, will get $ 150,000. Also, it is not known whether Paul and Askren are entitled to a portion of the proceeds from the TV or whether it will all go to the organizer.