Conor McGregor is not only the most popular Irish fighter of all time but also someone who has evolved to be synonymous with UFC and mixed martial arts. Known as ‘The Notorious’, McGregor has been a former UFC Lightweight and Featherweight Champion, making him the first fighter in the promotion’s history to hold the titles of two different UFC weight classes simultaneously.
He has also been the Lightweight and Featherweight Champion at Cage Warriors Fighting Championship. Conor McGregor’s records also include him having the fastest knockout in UFC title fight history owing to his 13 second knockout-win over Jose Aldo for the UFC Featherweight Championship.
He is the biggest draw in MMA history, having headlined five out of the seven highest selling UFC pay-per-view events. People often enquire about Conor McGregor’s weight or how tall he is. The answers often surprise any non-UFC viewer as ‘The Notorious’ one is only 5 ft 9 in tall and weighs 168 lbs walking around.
Conor McGregor is one of those very few MMA fighters, who gets paid for appearing for the event and not for his performance, further showcasing the brand value he possesses. He is the highest-paid UFC fighter of the modern era, with a reported net worth of $200 million.
Conor McGregor Net Worth 2021
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Conor McGregor’s net worth in 2021 stands at $200 million.
In the prime years of his career, he is expected to make the most within a span of five years from now. He himself confirmed his ambitions as he was quoted saying “I’m 30 now, say by 35, I’ll be a billionaire.”
Conor returned to the octagon to face Dustin Porier at UFC 257 in a rematch. The two clashed for the second time after Conor defeated Porier via TKO at UFC 178. Porier defeated Conor in the rematch via TKO in the second round.
Conor fought at UFC 246 against Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in a Welterweight bout and defeated him by TKO in January 2020. He bagged more than $30 million, which includes PPV and sponsor payouts, for his first-round knockout in the fight.
Conor Mcgregor Salary And Endorsements
According to Forbes, Conor took home $32 million in salary/winnings in 2020 and earned another $16 million in endorsements. In 2018, he renewed his sponsorship deal with Reebok through which he makes around $5 million every year.
Conor has had multiple endorsement deals with corporations such as Burger King, Beats By Dre, Monster Energy, EA (Electronic Arts), Reebok, Wynn Resorts etc.
Conor McGregor Investments
Conor’s investments have given rise to a wide range of businesses. His very own whiskey brand Proper Twelve reported to have generated $40 million in revenue this past year. The Mac Life, which is Conor’s media house that covers MMA, lifestyle and fitness, also has amassed millions of Youtube subscribers and more than 700k Instagram followers.
His partnership with the A-list tailor David Heil led to August Mcgregor, a menswear brand and his sports management company Mcgregor Sports And Entertainment is used to generate money through advertising and other promotions.
Conor also has his own conditioning programme named F.A.S.T. developed by leading sports doctors and exercise physiologists in conjunction with him to get people in fighting fit shape fast. He recently launched TIDL Sport in partnership with the Anthos group to launch a next generation sports recovery line. The foundation of TIDL Sport is plant-based therapy which cures pain and inflammation directly at the source.
Known for living quite the lavish life, Conor Mcgregor has an entire fleet of luxury cars featuring the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, BMW i8, Rolls-Royce Ghost, Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, Cadillac Escalade etc.
However, the cherry on the top is a limited edition Lamborghini Huracan Avio which is one of his most prized possessions. He also owns a Lamborghini yacht named Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, which is a collaboration between Automobili Lamborghini and The Italian Sea Group.