Despite what Ian McCall wants you to believe, he’s not anymore creepier than your uncle. Your uncle is the guy your family tries to pretend doesn’t exist during Thanksgiving. We know he’s there, indecently looking at your younger cousin as she sits down on the sofa. Now, that guy is creepy — Ian McCall is just a badass flyweight fighter.
Many MMA fans were going through an instant bout of depression after it was disclosed that Ian McCall received only $9,000 for his UFC debut at UFC on FX: Alves vs. Kampmann back in March. Uncle Creepy took a visit to the UG to inform the public that even though he signed a ‘$9,000 to show’ deal, his pockets were lined with enough dollar bills to buy the entire N64 videogame library.
Dana says he doesn’t like to give out real numbers, which is def. the truth cause i came on here and saw people saying things like i shoulda got paid more even though i lost but i headlined the card..
i did, dana sent me an extra 25k right after the fight plus i got main event sponsor money haha
the UFC pays you to do your job, if you do it then you get paid good.. in my UFC debut i made over 80,000… thats a lot of money for a division half the MMA community didn’t know existed!!
i love all of you guys, most of you know my life story, i just wanted you to know that i get taken care of by the UFC real well, ESPECIALLY when it comes to $!
All i gotta do now is beat the crap out of someone and move forward and start making anderson moneyyy !!!!!!! 🙂
It’s also important to note that Ian McCall holds every secret you wanted to know about being a hipster, but it’s so underground and subversive that you probably would never understand.