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  1. #1
    Junior Member Dirty C's Avatar
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    Sep 2008

    How much does a local amateur mma fighter get paid per fight?

    I am about to get into MMA fighting in Colorado Springs, and was told pay is decent. But from reading posts on the net i am now unsure. If anyone has info, it would be much appreciated!

  2. #2
    only professional fighters get paid.

  3. #3
    That's not true, some promotions will pay ammy fighters. Most don't but some will, not a whole lot, but enough to pay for hotels and travel. You need to talk to the promotions in your area that you are interested in fighting for.

  4. #4
    a fight in ft smith,ar is win or lose (non title)

  5. #5
    Sucks to do MMA in america if you dont get payed, Here in Glasgow scotland I fight and our pay is 150 pounds per fight and an with a 100 pound bonus for the win which if you change it into dollars is 430 dollars to fight and win and 270 if you lose!
    Get to scotland if you want to make cash.. America sounds crap to fight in!

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    hi, i fight in IL and amateurs do get paid, not much at all though. its called "travel pay" depending where the fight is at and the promoter you can make some good cash,more than likely no more than 200 win or lose. also promoters give out tickets to fighters and they can make a % off ticket sales to but its a low % about 15 to 20. then again it all goes back to the promoter.

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