The Conor McGregor retirement hours after UFC 250 Las Vegas took the media recently. The Conor McGregor net worth seems to ensure a smooth retirement. Today we are here to reveal you about his net worth, and earnings as per the sources, and data collected from the media info.
‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor brought the curtains down on his UFC career and is getting ready to enjoy his life in retirement. After UFC 250 in Las Vegas came to an end, Conor McGregor finally announced his retirement in a curt tweet. Conor McGregor revealed that he is not excited about the sport anymore. He further says during an interview with Ariel Helwani that he does not want to continue his UFC journey. The Irish superstar has managed to put together a lot of fortune from his fighting career, sponsorship deals, and his lucrative businesses too. Thus, we can say that he will be in good stead in his retirement.
Conor McGregor was regarded as one of the biggest superstars in the combat sports community in the modern era. He was shot to global popularity due to his personality, both inside and outside the octagon. ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor was inactive for the entirety of the year 2019 and he did finally land just one fight against Donald Cerrone in the year 2020. He still managed to rake in a reported amount of $48 million from the fight. He now stands on rank 16th in Forbes’ Highest-Paid Athletes for 2020.
Conor McGregor net worth: Conor McGregor earnings
‘Conor McGregor retirement’ news hit the headlines, it seems that the UFC fans have been buzzing with a lot of queries now. ‘Conor McGregor net worth’ has been one of them. It is reported that Conor bagged $100 million on the night he lost to Floyd Mayweather. Although the defeat may have left a mark, it is evident that he has got it all secure for retirement.
Conor McGregor net worth: data received from the sources
Conor McGregor’s earnings from UFC has been estimated at $15-$20 million. The $100 million that he had bagged from the fight against Floyd Mayweather in the year 2017 is arguably his biggest single-fight paycheque. Losing against Floyd Mayweather in the year 2017, Conor McGregor has fought only twice. It is all because of his sponsorship deals that he still sits 16th on Forbes’ Highest-Paid Athletes in 2020.
Conor McGregor has a deal with Reebok worth $5 million. According to reports, the bookmakers Bet Safe had once paid $200,000 to Conor McGregor for flaunting a tiny logo in his fight gear.
Conor McGregor earnings from his businesses
With the launch of the Proper 12 Irish Whiskey, Conor McGregor claimed that his whiskey brand earned somewhere around $1 billion last year. Conor McGregor other sources of money include several deals like the media outlet The Mac Life, fashion brand August McGregor and fitness brand McGregorfast.