Conor McGregor Net Worth (2024): How Much Has He Banked?
— Updated on 24 April 2024

Conor McGregor Net Worth (2024): How Much Has He Banked?

— Updated on 24 April 2024
Garry Lu
Garry Lu

After watching him flaunt what is quite frankly an insane watch collection, dress in meticulously tailored suits, drive around in a Rolls-Royce Ghost, and perhaps even test out the old sea legs with his Lamborghini yacht at the Monaco Grand Prix, you’re probably here because you googled “Conor McGregor Net Worth.”

The curiosity is more than warranted, of course. Everything we’ve outlined above aside, the former two-division champion whose name is practically synonymous with the UFC — and mixed martial arts as a whole — has consistently been in the conversation of the world’s richest sportsmen, and even crowned the world’s highest-paid athlete in 2021 by Forbes. The man makes it rain just by sneezing in public.

Here’s everything we know about Conor McGregor’s net worth as of 2024.

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Conor McGregor Overview

Name: Conor Anthony McGregor (“Notorious”)
Age: 35
Date of Birth: July 14, 1988
Height: 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Last Official Weight: 156 lb (71 kg)
Reach: 74 in (188 cm)
Style: Boxing & Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Black Belt)
Coach & Team: John Kavanagh & SBG Ireland
Nationality: Irish (from Crumlin, Dublin)
Social Media Accounts
Instagram — @thenotoriousmma (47.5 million followers)
Twitter — @thenotoriousmma (10.4 million followers)
Conor McGregor Family:
Dee Devlin (fiancée), Conor Jack McGregor Jr (son), Croia McGregor (daughter), Rian McGregor (son), Tony and Margaret McGregor (parents)

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Conor McGregor MMA Career Stats

Professional MMA Debut: March 8, 2008 (Gary Morris, Cage of Truth — Dublin, Ireland)
MMA Record: 22 Wins (19 Knockouts, 1 Submission, 2 Decisions) — 6 Losses (2 Knockouts, 4 Submissions)
UFC Debut: April 6, 2013 (Marcus Brimage, UFC on Fuel TV: Gegard Mousasi vs Illir Latifi — Stockholm, Sweden)
UFC Record: 10 Wins (9 Knockouts, 2 Decisions) — 4 Losses (2 Knockouts, 2 Submissions)
Accolades & Accomplishments:

  • Interim UFC Featherweight Champion (One time)
  • UFC Featherweight Champion (One time)
  • UFC Lightweight Champion (One time)
  • Fight of the Night (Two times) vs Nate Diaz (2)
  • Knockout of the Night (One time) vs Marcus Brimage
  • Performance of the Night (Seven times) vs Diego Brandão, Dustin Poirier, Dennis Siver, Chad Mendes, José Aldo, Eddie Alvarez, Donald Cerrone
  • First Irish-born UFC champion
  • Third Multi-Divisional Champion in UFC history (Featherweight, Lightweight)
  • First Simultaneous Multi-Divisional Champion in UFC history (Featherweight, Lightweight)
  • Most Consecutive Performance of the Night Awards (5)
  • Most Consecutive Post-Fight Bonuses (8)
  • Tied for Second-Most Performance of the Night awards as a UFC Fighter (7)
  • Fastest Title Fight Victory (13 seconds) vs José Aldo
  • CWFC Featherweight Champion (One time)
  • CWFC Lightweight Champion (One time)

What Is Conor McGregor’s Net Worth?

*Note: all $$$ = USD

According to the latest estimate, Conor McGregor has a conservative net worth of $200 million. Although the man himself claims it’s closer to $650 million, verging on a billion.

The bulk of his wealth can be attributed to:

  • his much-publicised crossover bout against undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr on August 2017 ($100 million payday)
  • his equally-hyped UFC lightweight title fight against undefeated MMA legend Khabib Nurmagomedov ($50 million)
  • as well as the sale of his majority stake in the Irish whiskey brand Proper No. Twelve — which McGregor launched back in 2018 — to Proximo Spirits

While it’s unclear what Mystic Mac netted from the latter, the transaction was reportedly valued at around $600 million.

Conor McGregor - Highest-Paid Athletes 2021 Forbes

Conor McGregor has also laid claim to the newly acquired title of history’s highest-paid debutante actor. For his contribution to Amazon Prime Video’s Road House remake, in which he portrayed the villainous Knox opposite Jake Gyllenhaal‘s Dalton Elwood, the Crumlin-born multihyphenate apparently earned $5.5 million.

“I am now officially the highest-paid first-time actor of all time, on record, pipping Dwayne Johnson for the top spot. Incredible!” he noted in a since-deleted X post.

During a recent appearance on Good Morning Britain, McGregor elaborated: “That’s the fact, the highest-paid first-time actor of all time so it’s a nice feather in the cap. There’s not an action star in Hollywood that could take me on and that’s a fact, so let’s see how it goes.”

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Highest-Selling Conor McGregor PPVs

Contrary to popular belief, Conor McGregor’s greatest asset isn’t his .50 cal sniper of a left hand: it’s his personality. As such, he’s been a regular pay-per-view draw for the UFC ever since he first began headlining numbered events at UFC 189: Chad Mendes vs Conor McGregor (2015).

In fact, of the UFC’s Top 10 highest-selling pay-per-view events, Conor McGregor has been involved with exactly half of them; cards #1, #2, #4, #5, and #6.

No.EventFightDateVenueCityPPV buys
1UFC 189Mendes vs McGregor11 July 2015MGM Grand Garden ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, US825,000
2UFC 194Aldo vs McGregor12 December 2015MGM Grand Garden ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, US1,200,000
3UFC 196McGregor vs Diaz5 March 2016MGM Grand Garden ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, US1,317,000
4UFC 202Diaz vs McGregor 220 August 2016T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, US1,650,000
5UFC 205Alvarez vs McGregor12 November 2016Madison Square GardenNew York City, US1,300,000
6UFC 229Khabib vs McGregor6 October 2018T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, US2,400,000
7UFC 246McGregor vs Cowboy18 January 2020T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, US1,350,000
8UFC 257Poirier vs McGregor II24 January 2021Etihad ArenaAbu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates1,600,000
9UFC 264Poirier vs McGregor III10 July 2021T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, US1,800,000
Total sales13,442,000

As for his not-so-little experiment in professional boxing against Floyd Mayweather Jr, at 4.3 million pay-per-view buys in North America alone, it was the second most in combat sports history.

EventFightDateVenueCityNetworkPPV buys
“The Money Fight”Mayweather vs. McGregor26 August 2017T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, USShowtime (US)4,300,000
Sky Box Office (UK)1,007,000
Total sales5,307,000

Conor McGregor is believed to be the highest-paid athlete in MMA history.

Conor McGregor’s Biggest UFC Paydays

  • July 11, 2015 — Conor earned $5 million when he defeated Chad Mendes at UFC 189; PPV revenue share unknown
  • December 11th, 2015 — Conor earned a reported $12 million defeating Jose Aldo at UFC 194 in a title fight record for the promotion: 13 seconds; he also earned the unified UFC featherweight title
  • March 5, 2016 — Conor earned a minimum of $10 million, perhaps as much as $15 million, when he was defeated by Stockton gangster Nate Diaz at UFC 196
  • August 20, 2016 — Conor earned $25 million (PPV revenue share included) for the Nate Diaz rematch at UFC 202
  • November 12, 2016 — Conor earned around $7 million for defeating Eddie Alvarez, capturing the UFC lightweight title and becoming a two-division champion in the process; PPV revenue share unknown
  • October 6, 2018 — After a two-year absence in which he purely boxed, Conor earned $50 million (PPV revenue share included) when he was defeated by Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229
  • January 18, 2020 — On his second return to the promotion, Conor defeated Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone at UFC 246 for a guaranteed $5 million; unconfirmed reports indicate he could’ve pocketed $80 million when you factor his undisclosed PPV points
  • January 23 & July 10, 2021 — Conor lost to longtime rival Dustin Poirier twice at UFC 257 and UFC 264, each occasion earned McGregor a guaranteed $5 million; PPV revenue share unknown

To date, Conor McGregor’s salary/earnings from the UFC totals at least $130 million. But it’s probably more. Like significantly a lot more.

Conor McGregor Endorsements & Other Business Ventures

Amazon Prime Video Road House: Jake Gyllenhaal, Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor has endorsement deals with household brands like Beats by Dre, Monster Energy, Reebok, Bud Light, Burger King, Electronic Arts, TIDL Sport, Wynn Resorts and more. As of 2017, these rounded out to $7 million but unfortunately, we’ve yet to discover a more up-to-date figure.

McGregor also owns a fashion brand August McGregor (in partnership with David August), a pub called The Black Forge Inn and the Forged Irish Stout tie-in, as well as a media house-cum-publication known as The Mac Life.

Then there’s the matter of his newly established Hollywood acting career. Considering his performance as Knox in Amazon Prime Video’s Road House remake has universally been acknowledged as the highlight, we wouldn’t be surprised if we saw more of Conor McGregor: Action Star, as opposed to Conor McGregor: MMA Fighter.

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Conor McGregor’s Next Fight: When will he return to the UFC (again)?

Conor McGregor Next Fight 2024: Michael Chandler

Despite his earlier claims that it wasn’t actually in development, UFC President Dana White has since confirmed Conor McGregor will fight Michael Chandler for his 2024 UFC return.

Dana White has also since confirmed a date for the long-awaited bout: June 29th, 2024 in Las Vegas for the promotion’s annual International Fight Week (UFC 303).

What makes it even juicier is that McGregor vs Chandler will take place at the 170-pound weight division (welterweight), opening the door for an entire world of exciting possibilities beyond UFC 303.

All of the above had initially been announced by Conor McGregor himself earlier this year, but the credibility of his claims was dismissed given his well-documented history of yanking our chains. Now, it’s official.

In the lead-up to all this, both the former two-division champion and Bellator transplant served as opposing coaches in The Ultimate Fighter season 31 — Team McGregor vs Team Chandler — which premiered back in May 2023 and wrapped up later that year in August.

For those who missed it, Team McGregor’s Brad Katona won the bantamweight final (for the second time) via Unanimous Decision while Team Chandler’s Kurt Holobaugh came out on top from the lightweight bracket via Submission.

McGregor’s return was then delayed by his commitment to Amazon Prime Video’s Road House remake starring Jake Gyllenhaal, with plenty of social media antics to fill the radio silence in between.

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Garry Lu
After stretching his legs with companies such as The Motley Fool and the odd marketing agency, Garry joined Boss Hunting in 2019 as a fully-fledged Content Specialist. In 2021, he was promoted to News Editor. Garry proudly retains a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, black bruises from Muay Thai, as well as a black belt in all things pop culture. Drop him a line at [email protected]


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