Conor McGregor is an Irish professional fighter who has a net worth of $120 million. That net worth includes the roughly $100 million payday Conor earned from his August 2017 fight against Floyd Mayweather and the $50 million from his October 2018 fight against Khabib. And please keep in mind those are both pre-tax numbers. In order for Conor to have a net worth of $120 million, he would have needed to earn north of $230 million pre-tax during his career. As of this writing we estimate his career earnings at $235 million. Keep reading for a complete breakdown of every Conor McGregor payday. Between June 2018 and June 2019, Conor earned $47 million from salary, purses and endorsements.
Conor McGregor once famously said, “I’m 30 now, say by 35 I’ll be a billionaire.” A man of his words, ‘The Notorious’ is very well headed that way with fight purses, endorsements, and profit from his whiskey company combined.
- He banked more than $30 million for his first-round knock out of Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in January 2020.
- In 2018, he renewed his sponsorship deal with Reebok, which pays the Irishman some $5 million per year.
- McGregor founded Irish whiskey distiller Proper No. Twelve in 2018, and the brand is now available in Ireland, Australia, Canada, Russia and the U.S.
According to several sources, the net worth of Conor McGregor in 2020 stands at $120 million.
Forbes lists The Irishman at #16 on their World’s Highest Paid Athletes of 2020. His earnings from this year are shown as $48 million as of June, comprised of $32 million official payday for UFC 246 and $16 million for endorsements.
He has also recently renewed his deal with Reebok, earning him another $5 million per year. On top of this, there is the revenue income from his Irish whiskey company, Proper No. Twelve. Whiskey sales generated over $1 billion in the first year of the company, according to McGregor’s Instagram post. The former two-division Champion donates a large part of the sum towards First Responders and Veteran support causes around the world.
Conor McGregor had only one UFC outing this year – against Donald Cerrone at UFC 246. It was his first fight since losing to Khabib Nurmagomedov the year before.