Ronda Rousey’s 2014-2015 UFC Salary Revealed

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Forbes has released their list of the highest paid women in sports over the past year, June 2014-June 2015, and UFC mega-star Ronda Rousey only checks in at #8.

Here’s a breakdown of Rousey’s reported earnings for last year:

“Salary, winnings, appearances, licensing and endorsements” earnings of $6.5 million from June 2014 to June 2015.

Forbes estimated that Rousey drew $3 million in fight earnings and $3.5 million in endorsement earnings over the course of the study.

The top 3 spots on the 2014-2015 highest paid female athletes list belong to women’s tennis players, so while Ronda may be in the top 3 in terms of popularity the fact remains that she is grossly underpaid for what she brings to the UFC.

Texans’ Ben Tate Likes Soft Bed Sheets, Endorses Sheex

Texans running back Ben Tate is making a name for himself in the NFL. With Arian Forster out nursing a hamstring, Tate introduces himself to NFL fans yesterday when he ran all over the Colts for 116 yards and a touchdown.

Some NFL fans are surprised about Tate’s talent but I’m not. I’ve seen him play at Auburn and I always knew he would make an impact on some NFL team. He rushed for 3,321 yards on 678 carries, scoring 24 touchdowns at Auburn and finished 5th on the career rushing list.

Now that people know his name and know that he is a good running back, they should also know that he really like soft bed sheets from Sheex. See video below from sbnation.com.

Sheex claims “a proven advantage over cotton in enabling and maintaining optimum thermal conditions for sleep. Better sleep leads to better performance.”

I’m all for soft, comfortable bed sheets myself. I can’t stand sleeping on rough and hot sheets. So I see where Tate is coming from.

But there has to be some kind of man law violation that goes against this. A football player, and men in general, should not be endorsing “luxury performance fabric bed sheets.”

This endorsement is really suspect. I’m pretty sure Tate is getting hell for this from the guys in the locker room. I need for Nike, Reebok, Gatorade, Powerade, or somebody else to give this man an endorsement because this one is not a good look for Tate.

Tiger Woods Endorses “Heat Rub”

Tiger Woods has signed a three-year deal to promote a Japanese pain reliever, his first endorsement since he was caught in a sex scandal toward the end of 2009.

Everyone now take a deep breath and insert you’re why Tiger needs “Heat Rub” joke here _______.

The deal with Kowa Company Ltd. is geared only toward the market in Japan. Woods already has filmed commercials for “Vantelin Kowa,” a heat rub used to relieve muscle and joint pain. The commercial is to be shown in Japan starting next month.

I am curious to see how they market him in the commercial, I could see it now…

“After I’ve put in work on eighteen holes… of Golf, I use Vantelin Kowa to relieve my aches and pains.”

I definitely expect a more subtle approach to his marketing; but I am happy to see Tiger starting to get endorsements and work on reviving his career.

Tiger Woods has reached a trough in his golf career. During his Tuesday interview, Tiger spoke on about his return to the game. Saying that there’s “no timetable” for returning to competitive golf while he recovers from injuries to his knee and Achilles tendon and “I’m 35 not 65”. Woods spoke in Pennsylvania at the Aronimink Golf Club for the AT&T National.

I agree that Tiger should not return to golf until he is 100%, he is young in golf years and has plenty of time to earn money on the green. This isn’t a case of Terrell Owens looking for that last paycheck before his career window is completely shut. Tiger has the ability to golf at a high level into his 60s if able to shake the injury bug. With the emergence of Rory McIlroy, Tiger may have the push and motivation necessary to bring back the Tiger of old and complete the best era of golf in our lifetime.

Cam Newton Signs Endorsement Deal With Under Armour

With each and every day Cameron Newton reminds me more and more of Reggie Bush.

Before Reggie Bush ever stepped on a NFL field, he had already crossed over to mainstream stardom, beyond the football.  Cam Newton is moving toward that point.

Under Armour has signed Newton to the biggest NFL Rookie endorsement deal ever.

Former Auburn University Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Cam Newton has signed a shoe and apparel deal with Under Armour.

Terms were not disclosed, but according to sources this deal will be the largest deal ever given to an incoming NFL rookie, surpassing the $1 million a year deal adidas gave to Reggie Bush in 2006 both in terms of annual guarantee and overall dollars. Sources said the deal seeks to capitalize on both Newton’s fame in college and his future potential. Under Armour will unveil a whole collection of Cam Newton Auburn items, including jerseys with his name on the back, as well as football and training gear, including signature a signature shoe line.

Big signing by Under Armour as most assumed Nike would get the deal done. If Reggie Bush on the field would have lived up to expectations who knows how big he would have become (still very marketable athlete). Cameron faces same dilemma and will be under even more pressure as a quarterback to play at a high level.

Being just good, won’t be enough, he will have to be great.