Conor McGregor Net Worth and 8 Surprising Facts About Him

Conor McGregor is a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter and boxer. Born in Ireland, the fighter played soccer growing up and once wanted to be a professional soccer player. After he finished school, he started an apprenticeship in Lucan, Dublin and met Tom Egan, who is a well-known UFC fighter.

McGregor was born on July 14, 1988 and his horoscope is a Cancer. Besides his bad attitude and filthy mouth, here are some things about Conor McGregor you might not have known.

  1. His estimated net worth is… currently Conor McGregor is estimated to have a net worth of $110 million.
  2. He makes money even when he loses.. McGregor fought Khabib Nurmagomedov in a highly anticipated fight and lost, but the fighter still made $1 million more than Nurmagomedov did for the match.
  3. Mayweather Jr. was his first professional boxing match.. McGregor trained as a boxer when he was younger but never professional did a match. His first official match as against Floyd Mayweather Jr.  Before the match even happened, McGregor was guaranteed $30 million, and even though he lost they say he ended up making around $100 million for the fight.
  4. He got his fame by fighting… McGregor became famous for fighting in the featherweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
  5. Most of his money is made by fighting… Most of McGregor’s money is made from fighting. He made $5 million when he defeated Chad Mendes and $12 million defeating Jose Aldo. It is even reported that he made $25 million when he fought Nate Diaz.
  6. He also has endorsements… McGregor has endorsement deals with Burger King, Beats by Dre, and Anheuser-Busch. The deals reportedly added up to $14 million. He also has deals with Jockey, Game of War, and PlayStation, not to mention being the spokesman for Rolls Royce and Monster Energy.
  7. He is starting a whiskey business… McGregor has mentioned starting his own business called Proper 12 whiskey brand.
  8. He might be retiring… No one knows for sure, but McGregor did send some cryptic tweets out suggesting that he will be retiring from MMA fighting.

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