Punk, birth name Phil Brooks, received a disclosed purse of $500,000 for his appearance inside Quicken Loans Arena, which lasted 2:14. The Ohio Athletic Commission released the information to ESPN.com on Monday.
That figure does not include any pay-per-view bonus that Punk (0-1) likely receives per his contract. The 37-year-old would not have received a win bonus, which is typical in MMA.
Gall (3-0), who made his second UFC appearance, received a disclosed purse of $30,000 -- a $15,000 show and $15,000 win.
Punk, who left the WWE in early 2014 and signed with the UFC despite a lack of prior experience, has stated he intends to fight again. The UFC has not yet confirmed whether they intend to promote a second fight.
UFC heavyweight champion and Ohio native Stipe Miocic (16-2) received a disclosed purse of $600,000 for his first-round knockout victory over Alistair Overeem. Overeem was paid an $800,000 show purse.