|Estimated 250 – 600 Million USD
|Source of income
|MMA, Boxing, Whiskey (Proper Twelve), Endorsements, Menswear, and Sports management
|Beats by Dr.Dre, Monster Energy, Burger King, Reebok, Electronic Arts, Budlight, Mcgregor FAST, Wynn Resorts, and TIDL sports
|$22 million approximately
|Children’s Medical Research Foundation, Simon Community Homeless, Focus Ireland, Tunnel To Towers
Conor McGregor is the richest MMA fighter in the world. In any event, he features in, he gets paid in chunks, irrespective of the result. Conor McGregor – arguably the most popular mixed martial artist the world has ever seen. The face of the fight game’s charisma and aura, coupled with his immaculate talent inside the ring, has helped him develop his brand. This has led Conor McGregor to improve his net worth significantly.
If anyone from MMA can come closer to challenging the riches of athletes like Cristiano Ronaldo, LeBron James, Floyd Mayweather, and Lionel Messi, it has to be McGregor. With his popularity growing daily, here’s a look at how ‘Mystic Mac’ grew his net worth.
Conor Mcgregor Net Worth 2023
Conor McGregor’s net worth is estimated to be more than $200 million. In an interview, McGregor revealed it was around $600 million, and he will soon reach $1 billion. The Irishman has multiple business ventures, including the Proper Twelve Whisky, Forged Irish Stout, and McGregor Sports and Entertainment. His keen business eye has helped him amass a huge net worth.
His 2nd fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 257 earned him around 5 million USD. This is without counting the money earned from sponsors and PPVs. For his 3rd fight against Poirier at UFC 264, McGregor clocked in around $23 Million (including sponsorship and PPV share).
For his fight against Donald Cerrone at UFC 246, he got around 3 million US Dollars and another 30 million via sponsors and PPV. However, his biggest exchequer came via his boxing bout against Floyd Mayweather in 2017, as he walked off with over $100 million.
Conor McGregor’s Fighting Career
McGregor started his career with more hype than any upcoming talent inside the UFC. After accumulating a six-fight win streak, McGregor challenged the legendary Jose Aldo for the featherweight title. Everyone expected Aldo to just run through McGregor, but “The Notorious” produced one of the greatest knockout reels in under 13 seconds.
McGregor dared to be great again and challenged Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight belt. After performing one of the most dominating title performances, McGregor attained the status of ‘champ-champ.’ The Irishman was at the top of the world, and then he went on to face one of the best boxers of our era, Floyd Mayweather. Conor made Floyd work for his money after eventually getting stopped by him in the 10th round.
Conor then returned to MMA and faced his arch-nemesis, Khabib Nurmagomedov, at UFC 229. They shared one of the most intense rivalries we’ve seen inside the octagon, and Khabib secured the submission victory over him in round number 4.
McGregor then took some time off from competition and came back in 2020 to face Donald Cerrone. He won that fight via first-round TKO. A broken leg injury in his last fight against Dustin Poirier forced Conor out of action again, and he is expected to come back in 2023. Overall, McGregor has a decent fight record with numerous accomplishments.
Conor McGregor endorsements
Conor has endorsement deals with top brands like Beats by Dr.Dre, Monster Energy, and Burger King, Electronic Arts. He had an endorsement deal with Reebok when they were partnered with the UFC. The Reebok deal alone earned him a staggering 5 million dollars a year at the time.
Besides that, he ventured into the fashion industry before his boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather, partnering alongside tailoring brand David August and launching August McGregor suits. He also has his own whisky called The Proper Twelve, named after the neighborhood where he grew up – Dublin 12.
The House of Conor McGregor
Conor McGregor holds several multi-million dollar properties in various countries of the world. Its main house of Conor is in Dublin, Ireland, and has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a living room, and a games room. He also purchased one house in Marbella, Spain, which is his holiday house, and there he has a customized gym and home spa with a large swimming pool.
One of his houses is also in Las Vegas, where the headquarters of UFC is located. This one has an infinity swimming pool and seven bedrooms. You can see that Conor McGregor has invested heavily in the property.
Conor McGregor’s Family
Despite his evil antics in and out of the octagon, McGregor is a man who deeply loves his family. McGregor is very close to his parents, Tony McGregor (father) and Margaret McGregor (mother). He also has two elder sisters and currently lives with his fiancee and three children.
His fiancee’s name is Dee Devlin, and she’s been with an Irishman since 2008. She supported his journey through highs and lows and is always present in McGregor’s corner, providing her unwavering support. Conor has three children: Conor Jr, Croia, and Rian. The couple are currently awaiting their fourth child.
Conor earned around $22 Million (fixed purse) in his last fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.
It differs from source to source. It is somewhere between $200 million – $600 million.
Conor is in a relationship with Dee Devlin since 2008.
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