According to Forbes, Conor Mcgregors net worth will reach $202 million by the end of his career. This is a figure he’s likely to increase over the years due to his burgeoning business ventures and lucrative career in MMA. However, his earnings will come from a combination of various sources. One of the most important is his patented whisky brand, which he launched at the age of 23.
Conor McGregor has built a substantial principal net worth over the past few years. He earned $30 million after his fight against Floyd Mayweather and over $85 million afterward. His fight against Poirier made him another $5 million. The pay per view profits for that fight increased his total net income by $6 mill. His net worth will rise to over $160 billion in twenty years. During his career, he’s won 21 of his 24 fights, with 18 of them ending in knockouts.
In addition to his professional MMA career, McGregor has also been involved in boxing for several years. In 2010, he moved to SBG Ireland, where he studied boxing under John Kavanagh. Since then, McGregor has also studied Tae Kwon Do, karate, Capoeira, and Kickboxing. While boxing is the core sport for the Irishman, Mcgregor also has a passion for other martial arts.