NBC Universal said its ad-dollar take for the Olympics has reached $1 billion, about $150 million more than its total take for the 2008 Beijing Games. The media company said it has secured about $50 million in advertising orders since stating a few weeks ago that its Olympics sales had reached around $950 million.
Tito Ortiz or fellow UFC 148 co-headliner Forrest Griffin will be the top earner at Saturday’s event.
Ortiz is set to take home a flat $250,000 in his retirement fight. Rubber-match opponent Forrest Griffin, meanwhile, earns $125,000 to show and will earn an extra $150,000 as a win bonus if victorious.
UFC 148 headliner and middleweight champ Anderson Silva, meanwhile, will take home a flat $200,000 win or lose. His opponent, Chael Sonnen, banks $50,000 to show and an additional $50,000 as a win bonus if victorious.
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