AMANDA NUNES earned a bumper payday as she retained her featherweight title at UFC 250 against Felicia Spencer.
The 32-year-old Brazilian made a cool $350,000 (£276,000) just for stepping in the Octagon for the main event at the APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.
And she picked up another $100,000 (£79,000) for retaining her belt against her Canadian rival.
Her 29-year-old opponent bagged $125,000 (£99,000) for her appearance in the main event.
Meanwhile on the card, Cody Garbrandt will make $130,000 (£103,000) against Rafael Assuncao, who got $79,000 (£62,000).
Aljamain Sterling made $76,000 (£60,000) for his appearance at UFC 250, alongside Cory Sandhagen, who made $80,000 (£63,000).
Nunes – who also has the bantamweight title – defended the featherweight strap for the first time in the Vegas pay-per-view.
ESPN reporter Brett Okamoto said: "Some disclosed fight purses from tonight: Nunes 350k to show, 100k to win.
"Spencer 125k/75k. Assuncao 79k/79k. Garbrandt 130k/130k.
"Sterling 76k/76k. Sandhagen 80k/80k. O'Malley 40k/40k."
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