UFC ring girl is out earning UFC 274 headliners Gaethje and Oliveira

Brittney Palmer has a more significant net worth than UFC 274 headliners. When you learn about UFC ring lady Brittney Palmer’s net worth, you’ll understand why these athletes are speaking out.

The subject of athlete compensation in mixed martial arts has gotten a lot of attention. UFC’s biggest stars Francis Ngannou, Nate Diaz, Tony Ferguson, Jon Jones and more have voiced their dissatisfaction with the sport’s payment system.

Britney Palmer, a UFC ring lady, earns more than Gaethje and Oliveira combined.
Charles Oliveira competed against Justin Gaethje in the night’s main event this past Saturday. After losing his belt on the scales, Charles made sure to send a message to other lightweights by winning the first round.

Even though Oliveira is confirmed to be making PPV points, they are still behind a lesser-known figures in the promotion.

Brittney Palmer isn’t the most mysterious face when it comes to MMA. Palmer debuted in the UFC in 2011. She won the Ring Card Girl of the Year award in her first year.

Palmer also has an OnlyFans account, where she seems to earn a lot of money by sharing images.

Before becoming a famous ring lady, the 34-year-old beauty made her money via modeling. Palmer was on the cover of Playboy in March 2012, even though she is most known for her job in the UFC.

When we consider the pay gap between Palmer and the best lightweights in the UFC, it’s easy to see why the athletes expect more. Palmer has a net worth of roughly $5 million. By comparison Jorge Masvidal’s career earnings are estimated to be under $4 million.

UFC ring girls are reportedly compensated roughly $5000 per appearance.

Charles Oliveira is the former UFC lightweight champion and current top contender for the vacant title. Even after a decade with the promotion he’s not cashing significant checks. In fact, the scale controversy might even cost him his biggest payday to date.

Gaethje is rumored to be on a flat fee of about $500,000 per outing.

Female UFC athletes have turned to alternative forms of revenue to supplement their salary.

Due to contract disagreements, Paige VanZant was forced to leave the promotion in favor of BKFC. ’12 Gauge’ claimed that her social media businesses generated more money than competing in the UFC.

VanZant has been making a fortune via her OnlyFans account, where she publishes photographs for her followers.

Palmer also out earns former two division champions Henry Cejudo and Amanda Nunes thanks to the fact they haven’t been able to translate UFC success into generating interest.