Conor McGregor will be a billionaire this year 👀
$235M from fighting and a $600M deal off the ring.
Conor McGregor’s Endorsements
McGregor makes a lot from fighting.
A study by OLBG found that he makes over $8m for every minute in the octagon.
“The Money Fight”
• took on Floyd Mayweather
• 2nd most watched fight of all-time
• the duo pocketed $400M combined
Conor also known as “Notorious” is a huge asset to advertisers.
• Burger King
• Beats by Dre
• Wynn Resorts
• Roots of Fight
• EA (Electronic Arts)
McGregor made $158m last year – it’s the most ever by an athlete.
McGregor’s 4 best investments
McGregor invested in his own fitness program, FAST.
The program helps users get into fighting shape.
Last year it did $5m in revenue.
3) August McGregor
His fashion and lifestyle line, created alongside A-list tailor David Heil makes luxury suits for the likes of Elon Musk.
Around $50m/year in profits is created by this menswear brand.
A huge acquisition is on the horizon.
2) The Mac Life
Conor’s media house has 1.2m subscribers on YouTube.
The Mac Life primarily covers MMA, sports, lifestyle and fitness.
Nearly every video gets six figure views bringing in $1000’s of ad revenue.
1) Proper No. 12
His whiskey brand had $1bn in sales in its first year of launch.
In April 2021, McGregor sold his majority stake to Proximo Spirits for $600m 💰
He is estimated to have made a whopping $150m from this deal.
Conor McGregor’s Philanthropy
Conor may be notorious in the ring, but he’s generous in the community.
• Donated $1m for families of deceased first responders
• Built houses for the homeless in Dublin
• Donated $1.4m in PPE kits to healthcare workers in Ireland
Conor McGregor The Billionaire
Conor McGregor, “The Notorious One”, excels equally at business and sport.
In his words, fighting is his ‘third income’.
With his smart business moves, he is all set to achieve his personal goal of becoming a billionaire by the time he is 35.