The payment in mixed martial arts (MMA) is being increased in all the organizations, and this trend probably won\u2019t stop. However, Joe Rogan claims there are too many \u201ccompletely incompetent judges\u201d, and that is why he demands guaranteed UFC salaries for newbies. The newbies in the UFC are mostly unhappy with the show and money structure. It means that on any given night you have the ability to go home with the half of your anticipated paycheck. Many of the top stars in the UFC have secured their fight purses where \u201cshow money\u201d isn\u2019t attached. Unfortunately, the majority of newbies income is based a lot on win\/loss\/show structure. UFC color commentator Joe Rogan is not a big fan of this and he says it should be erased from UFC contracts. The main reason Joe Rogan sticks to is that the payout is affected by completely incompetent judges. (via MMAMania.com) \u201cI just don\u2019t like the win bonus,\u201d Rogan told on today\u2019s edition of the \u201cJRE MMA Show\u201d podcast via MMA Junkie. \u201cI don\u2019t think anybody fights harder for it. \u2026 That to me is a real issue. I think a guy should be paid what they get paid. I think if you have a contract, that contract should be for \u2018X\u2019 amount of money,\u201d he added. \u201cIf you have points on the pay-per-view, that\u2019s on top of that. But (I don\u2019t like) the idea that your win or loss has to be in the hands of what we have deemed completely incompetent judges.\u201d There were many situations where the bad scorecards have left a bittersweet taste in fighter\u2019s mouth, followed by a smaller paycheck. According to Joe Rogan, it is simply non-acceptable that win-loss record and paychecks are affected by people who don\u2019t understand the sport. \u201cI\u2019ve heard (blowback) from Athletic Commissions, but I say, \u2018Go (expletive) yourself,\u2019\u201d Rogan said. \u201cYou have guys who train for months and months and months and someone who literally doesn\u2019t understand martial arts is giving these guys a decision, a loss or a win. That\u2019s 50 percent of their money. That\u2019s crazy.\u201d Unfortunately, the current UFC payout structure probably won\u2019t change soon. Bellator MMA is becoming more and more popular among free agents like Matt Mitrione, who was able to secure a big-money guaranteed deal with the Viacom-owned company. He was working with the UFC for several years, and now he earns more money than, for example, Sage Northcutt.