Conor Mc Gregor Net Worth: Is He Really Have The Money Purchase Chelsea Football Club For £3billion? 01Destination

Conor Mc Gregor Net Worth

Conor McGregor, a professional boxer from Ireland, is the richest athlete in the world with an estimated net worth of $200 million.

Conor made roughly $100 million from his fight with Floyd Mayweather in August 2017, $50 million from his fight with Khabib in October 2018, and about $100 million pre-tax from the sale of his whiskey company Proper No. Twelve, which he will do in April 2021 for an estimated $200 million.

He is thought to have made $235 million from fighting as of this writing. Continue reading for a thorough analysis of each payout to Conor McGregor. Between June 2018 and June 2019, his salary, endorsements, and purse earnings totaled $47 million.

Early Life

A boy named Conor Anthony was born on that memorable day in 1988. He joined a boxing club when he was 12 years old and started practising the sport.

In 2006, Conor, who was only 17 years old, started his plumbing apprenticeship right away.

While he was in this role, Tom Egan, a UFC fighter, introduced him to the sport. Egan and McGregor soon started exercising together.

Brazilian jiu-jitsu master John Kavanagh, Ireland's first black belt, together with his colleagues at SBG Ireland instructed Conor McGregor in the technique.

Before going pro in MMA, he learned martial arts including Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Capoeira, and Kickboxing.


A year later, when Conor was 18 years old, Amateur mixed martial arts debuted. He TKO'd his opponent in the first round, ending the fight.

Just a few weeks prior to making his MMA debut, Conor was collecting $235 in weekly government aid checks from the Irish government while receiving welfare in Ireland.

McGregor and the UFC agreed to a multi-fight pact in February 2013. Following Tom Egan in the welterweight division, the second Irish fighter for the organisation.

Conor McGregor defeated Marcus Brimage in his UFC debut on April 6, 2013, and did it through first-round TKO. McGregor achieved his first-ever Knockout of the Night title with the victory.

Conor McGregor, a wide-stance attacker, has learned a variety of other fighting techniques to rise to the top 10.

His most effective attack, according to some, is a rapid straight-arm left jab. McGregor's ascent has been astonishing for a UFC fighter who was born abroad.

Conor Mc Gregor Net Worth

Conor McGregor's Highest UFC Winnings 

Conor McGregor defeated Chad Mendes on July 11, 2015, earning $5 million as a result. Conor defeated Jose Aldo on December 11, 2015, winning a rumoured $12 million in under 13 seconds.

Conor McGregor reportedly earned between $10 million and $15 million for defeating Nate Diaz at UFC 196 on March 5, 2016. He reportedly earned $25 million during his second encounter with Nate Diaz at UFC 202.

He earned about $7 million after his fight with Eddie Alvarez in November 2016. In October 2018, Khabib Nurmagomedov's bout brought in an estimated $50 million for him.

The UFC has made more than $115 million in revenue, including Khabib's $50 million paychecks.

Conor McGregor beat Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone on January 18, 2020, in his eagerly anticipated comeback to the UFC. Conor's $5 million guarantee for the contest set a UFC record at the time.

He has stated in interviews that if pay-per-view sales are robust, he might earn up to $80 million from the Cerrone fight. $2 million was given to Cerrone in exchange for his participation.

On January 23, 2021, Dustin Poirier defeated Conor in a fight. Conor received an additional $5 million in promises. Conor's loss led Khabib Nurmagomedov to postpone their rematch.


Conor announced in a mysterious tweet on March 25, 2019, that he was leaving mixed martial arts to concentrate on his new businesses, notably his Proper 12 whiskey line. In order for him to truly retire, he would need to earn somewhere around $235 million.

McGregor's $3 billion proposal to purchase Chelsea's Club

Conor McGregor has announced on social media that he is making a spectacular offer to purchase Chelsea Football Club. But someone ought to tell the UFC fighter to check his bank account first.

Conor McGregor's announcement that he intended to purchase Chelsea Football Club shocked the sports community, but the numbers might not line up.

On Wednesday in the afternoon, Notorious, 33, posted a screenshot of a WhatsApp conversation with the comment, "I want to explore this. @chelseafc."

The recipient of the text messages about the Premier League giants' purchase are unknown, but they were sent along with the photo.

McGregor texted, "Let's buy Chelsea for £3 billion."

The Irishman's net worth is thought to be €170 million (£141 million), considerably less than Roman Abramovich's £3 billion estimates, according to the Spanish newspaper Marca.

The sale of Proper 12, an Irish whiskey brand, for $150 million (£112 million) last year is where the majority of his wealth came from.

In the history of the UFC, McGregor is credited for selling four of the top five most watched pay-per-view events, bringing in between £20 and £25 million per contest.

Even if he received the maximum sum, the Irishman would need to take part in an additional 40 competitions in order to reach Abramovich's desired earnings of £3 billion, which would be quite difficult to do while serving a six-month medical suspension.

He acquired a fortune from boxing, despite losing to Floyd Mayweather in the ring.

McGregor defeated "Money" and earned $100 million (£75 million) for it, but he is still far behind in the race to acquire Chelsea.

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