(It’s cool, he’s used to it. / Photo via MMAFighting.com) The UFC paid out $1,733,000 in disclosed salaries and performance bonuses to the 24 fighters who competed at UFC 160, with heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez’s $400,000 flat fee eating up 23% of the total. (Coming soon: The Occupy Velasquez movement, led by Jacob Volkmann and John Cholish.) Heavyweights Junior Dos Santos and Mark Hunt made over $200k for their co-main event bout ”” including their $50,000 Fight of the Night bonuses ”” while the night’s other big winner, TJ Grant, just made it to the six-figure mark. Check out the full list of UFC 160 salaries below ”” courtesy of the Nevada State Athletic Commission via MMAMania ”” followed by our traditional rundown of who’s underpaid/overpaid. Keep in mind that the numbers don’t include additional income from undisclosed locker-room bonuses, sponsorships, or cuts of the pay-per-view that some of the UFC’s stars are entitled to, or deductions for taxes, insurance, and licensing fees. Cain Velasquez: $400,000 (no win bonus) Antonio Silva: $75,000 Junior dos Santos: $290,000 (includes $120,000 win bonus, $50,000 Fight of the Night bonus) Mark Hunt: $210,000 (includes $50,000 Fight of the Night bonus) Glover Teixeira: $98,000 (includes $24,000 win bonus, $50,000 Submission of the Night bonus) James Te Huna: $30,000 T.J. Grant: $100,000 (includes $25,000 win bonus, $50,000 Knockout of the Night bonus) Gray Maynard: $45,000