BELLATOR 133 MEDICAL SUSPENSIONS AND FIGHTER PAYOUTS
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Bellator 133 put on an action packed show last Friday night that took place last Friday night from The Save Mart Center in Fresno, California. Now that the lights are out and crowd has gone home it time to assess the damage and see what the fighters took to the bank. The California State Athletic Commission has now released a full list of medical suspensions and fighter pay-outs from the event that night.
In the main event Alexander Schlemenko went straight to work on Melvin Manhoef, early in the second round Schlemenko delivered Manhoef a spinning back fist that sent him tumbling to the mat. After a few quick punches that was all that John McCarthy needed to see to put an end to this fight. However, both fighters have now received hefty medical suspensions and are facing up to 6 months on sidelines.
Julia Budd grinded out a decision win over Gabrielle Holloway, but she was the one who will have a lot down time, Budd was a handed down 180 days from the athletic commission for a fracture to right big toe/foot.
As we take a look at the salaries we can’t say anyone walked out rich. The biggest earner of the night was Daniel Weichel who took a cool $32,000 to the bank with his win over Pat Curran. Even though Schlemenko and Manhoef were the main attraction of the evening they only walked away with under 20 grand a piece.
As always fighter these are the purses reported by state athletic commissions and they do not include any performance-based or discretionary bonuses that may be awarded to a fighter by the promotion. Additionally, the reported figures does not reflect any deductions made by the commission for taxes, insurance, etc., and do not include any sponsorship money that a fighter may acquire for their performance. Medical suspensions are a precautionary measure; ultimately it is up to the doctor to clear them to fight again. The full list of Medical suspensions and fighter pay is listed below.
Bellator 133 Salaries:
Alexander Shlemenko: $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus)
Melvin Manhoef: $15,000
Daniel Weichel: $32,000 (includes $16,000 win bonus)
Pat Curran: $20,000
Julia Budd: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus)
Gabrielle Holloway: $6,000
Chris Honeycutt: $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus)
Clayton MacFarlane: $6,000
Emilio Chavez: $3,000 (includes $1,500 win bonus)
Art Arciniega: $2,000
Blake Watkins: $2,000 (includes $1,000 win bonus)
George Zuniga: $2,500
Paul Ruiz: $3,000 (includes $1,500 win bonus)
Nick Sperling: $1,000
Mason Fowler: $2,000 (includes $1,000 win bonus)
Marko Damiani: $1,000
Adam Piccolotti: $2,000 (includes $1,000 win bonus)
Andrew Ramm: $1,500
Jonathan Contrestano: $2,000 (includes $1,000 win bonus)
Ryan Tobar: $1,000
Nick Bustamante: $3,000 (includes $1,500 win bonus)
Luis Jauregui: $1,000
Cody Sons: $2,000 (includes $1,000 win bonus)
John Paul Elias: $1,000
Bellator 133 Medical Suspensions:
Alexander Shlemenko: 180 days for back injury and possible fracture to right big toe/foot, must be cleared by doctor
Melvin Manhoef: 180 day mandatory rest period
Daniel Weichel: seven-day mandatory rest period
Pat Curran: 60 days for cut over left eyelid, must be cleared by doctor
Julia Budd: 180 days for fracture to right big toe/foot, must be cleared by doctor
Gabrielle Holloway: seven-day mandatory rest period
Chris Honeycutt: seven-day mandatory rest period
Clayton MacFarlane: 45/30 days no exceptions
Emilio Chavez: seven-day mandatory rest period
Art Arciniega: seven-day mandatory rest period
Blake Watkins: seven-day mandatory rest period
George Zuniga: 45/30 days no exceptions
Paul Ruiz: seven-day mandatory rest period
For our full results and recap of the Bellator 133 click here
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