What will Pavlovich, Aspinall and their team earn?


As we gear up for UFC 295, we look at the UFC 295 purse and see how much Sergei Pavlovich and Tom Aspinall will earn. You can read more about it here.

Tom Aspinall vs Sergei Pavlovich could be the best fight of the year. The two heavyweights will fight for the interim championship on the UFC 295 card next weekend. Before what promises to an exciting match, we take a look at their UFC 295 purses and see who is going to earn more.

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Pavlovich and Aspinall have 100% finish records in the UFC. Pavlovich, on the other hand, has never been past the first UFC round. Aspinall, meanwhile, has only ever gone beyond the second round. So, we can expect some exciting action when the two enter the octagon this Saturday.

UFC 295: Who Will Earn the Most- Tom Aspinall Or Sergei Pavlovich?

UFC 295 Purse: Who Will Earn More- Sergei Pavlovich or Tom Aspinall?UFC 295 Purse: Who Will Earn More- Sergei Pavlovich or Tom Aspinall?

UFC 295: How much money will Tom Aspinall, Sergei Pavlovich, and the UFC 295 purse bring in?

Estimating fighters’ payouts and purses is not an easy task. Fighters are rarely willing to reveal their contract information and there are many conditions that go along with a fight purse. With the help of rumors and reports we can come up with a reasonable ballpark figure.

According to some reports, Sergei Pavlovich and Tom Aspinall will both earn $256,000 at UFC 295. This is the base pay, and they may also receive a win bonus or performance bonus. This could increase their earnings to $400,000.

However, in his last fight, Sergei Pavlovich earned a reported $465,000. This included a base salary of $350,000, a $100,000 bonus for winning, and a sponsorship fee of $15,000. If he was on the same contract he would earn close to $5000 with a possible $50,000 performance bonus.

Aspinall, on the other hand, earned $375,000 for his last fight against Marcin Tybura. This included his base pay of $210,000, $100,000 win bonus and $50,000 performance bonus. He also received a $5000 share in sponsorship. If the contract is the same, he will be able to earn around $375,000 in UFC 295.

It is therefore clear that the winner’s bonus will be the difference in earnings between the two fighters. So, whoever wins the fight between Tom Aspinall and Sergei Pavlovich will earn more.

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What do you make of the UFC 295 purse? Do you believe it is a true representation of their abilities? Who do you believe will receive the win bonus at this weekend?

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