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The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale Salaries: Bisping Tops Payroll With $425,000

Michael Bisping ($425,000) was by far the big winner at Saturday's The Ultimate Fighter Finale 14.

Michael Bisping
Michael Bisping

It's safe to say Michael Bisping had a good night on Saturday. Along with brutally ending his rivalry with Jason "Mayhem" Miller, the British middleweight pocketed $425,000 for his work at The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale.

According to figures released by the Nevada State Athletic Commission on Monday, Bisping's payroll far eclipsed that of the next closest fighter, Miller, who left home with $45,000 for his tepid third-round TKO loss.

TUF 13 winner Anthony Ferguson was the night's additional big earner. "El Cucuy" collected $30,000 for his controversial unanimous decision over Yves Edwards ($16,000).

The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale took place December 3rd at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada and was aired live on Spike TV.

The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale Payouts (via MMA Fighting):

Spike TV Bouts
Michael Bisping: $275,000 + $150,000 bonus = $425,000 def. Jason "Mayhem" Miller: $45,000
Diego Brandao: $8,000 + $8,000 bonus = $16,000 def. Dennis Bermudez: $8,000
John Dodson $8,000 + $8,000 bonus = $16,000 def. T.J. Dillashaw : $8,000
Tony Ferguson: $15,000 + $15,000 bonus = $30,000 def. Yves Edwards: $16,000
Johnny Bedford $8,000 + $8,000 bonus = $16,000 def. Louis Gaudinot : $8,000

Preliminary Bouts
Marcus Brimage: $8,000 + $8,000 bonus = $16,000 def. Stephen Bass : $8,000
John Albert: $8,000 + $8,000 bonus = $16,000 def. Dustin Pague: $8,000
Roland Delorme: $8,000 + $8,000 bonus = $16,000 def. Josh Ferguson: $8,000
Steven Siler: $8,000 + $8,000 bonus = $16,000 def. Josh Clopton: $6,000
Bryan Caraway: $8,000 + $8,000 bonus = $16,000 def. Dustin Neace: $8,000