Conor McGregor Net Worth $ Earnings


Conor McGregor net worth – $235 Million

Conor McGregor is a professional Irish fighter with a net worth of more than $235 Million. This net worth combines his $100 million paydays earned during his fights from August 2017 against Floyd Mayweather and $50 million from the 2018 fight against Khabib AND. The estimated $200 million pre-tax earning from the sale of his whiskey brand No. Twelve is also the reason behind his net worth. From June 2018 to June 2019, Conor earned $47 million in salary, endorsements, and purses. 

Keep reading this post to learn more about Conor McGregor’s net worth and payday. 

Early Life

Conor McGregor was born in Crumlin, Ireland, on July 14, 1988, as Conor Anthony McGregor. He was excellent in sports as a child, especially a soccer. At the age of 13, he started training at the boxing club. 

In 2006, when Conor turned 17, he began a plumbing apprenticeship. During his job, he was introduced to UFC fighter Tom Egan and soon, they began to train together.

Conor was trained in boxing and later went to train under John Kavanagh, the first Irish man to get a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu. He also trained in Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Kickboxing, and Capoeira before he started competing in MMA.


Conor made his first MMA debut when he was 18 years old. He won his first debut match by TKO. A few weeks before his MMA debut, McGregor got completely broke and survived on welfare in Ireland, collecting $235 per week as a government assistance check. 

In 2013, UFC announced the big news of signing Conor to a multi-fight contract. He was the second fighter from Ireland to fight for the company after Welterweight Tom Egan. 

Coor made his MMA debut against Marcus Brimage in 2013 and got successful in the first bout, winning TKO in just a minute of the first round. This was the first win where Conor earned the Night Award.

Conor is a wide-stance striker with a successfully developed wide range of combats to rise and succeed to the top 10. Some people say his best moves are a fast straight arm left jab. McGregor has had an amazing rise as a UFC fighter as a foreign-born. 

Biggest UFC Paydays of Conor McGregor

 In July 2015, McGregor earned $5 million with a fight against Chad Mendes at UFC 189. In December 2015, Conor earned $12 million in a fight with Jose Aldo within 13 seconds. 

Corner earned $15 Million in March 2016 with his fight with Nate Diaz at UFC 196. He earned $25 million in UFC 202, defeating Nate Daiz, and $7 million in November 2016 with the fight with Eddie Alvarez. In 2018 Conor won $50 million in a fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov. 

Conor McGregor has total UFC earnings being a share of his total net worth, which is roughly $115 million.

January 2020, McGregor defeated Donald Cerrone’s “cowboy” in his anticipated return to UFC. He earned $5 million for the fight, which is a record for UFC. In an interview, he said that if the Pay Per View sales do well, he could earn $80 million from fighting Cerrone. Cerrone was paid $2 million to show up in the fight. 

In January 2021, McGregor lost a fight to Dustin Poirier and was guaranteed $5 million to show up. This loss cost Conor a huge payday and killed one match against Khabib Nurmagomedov. 

Floyd Mayweather Fight Earnings

In August 2017, McGregor switched from MMA cage to fighting in a boxing ring where he was doing a face-off with the undefeated champion Floyd Mayweather. This was one of the most lucrative PPV events generating 4.3 million buys. 

This was when Conor earned $100 million between merchandise royalties, guarantees, bonuses, and concessions. He lost a huge chunk of it as taxes and was left with $85 million after the Floyd Fight. 

Between June 2017 to June 2018, McGregor earned $14 million from endorsement deals with companies like Beats by Dre, Burger King, and Anheuser Busch. If Conor had defeated Mayweather, he could have earned a huge payday and would be able to demand 50% revenue from all future fights. This would have resulted in a $200-$300 Million payday.

In September 2018, Conor signed up for an 8-fight deal with the UFC. The terms in the deal were not revealed, but we are sure it was $200 million worth minimum.


Conor McGregor has earned an enormous net worth through his fighting career. In March 2019, he tweeted claiming to be retiring from MMA and focusing exclusively on his business venture Proper 12 Whiskey. He is retiring with $235 million as his total earnings.