‘s estimated net worth stands at twice the amount he earned from his 28-fight MMA career. The Irishman counts a Burger King endorsement and a successful whiskey brand among his various ventures, which has seen him amass a £200million personal fortune.

McGregor made his MMA debut in 2008 but did not fight in the United States until five years later, when he beat Max Holloway in a thrilling split decision. The Dublin-born star then went on an impressive win streak, taking scalps such as Jose Aldo and Dustin Poirier before losing to Nate Diaz.

The last few years have seen McGregor take to the octagon sporadically, losing three of the four fights he has had since 2016. In total, the 34-year-old’s MMA career has seen him bank £108m, which stands at just over half his total net worth.

That’s due to a number of endorsement deals and successful personal ventures, including whiskey brand Proper No. Twelve, which launched in 2018.

McGregor and his partners supposedly sold their stake in the business three years later for around £500m. A brand ambassadorship with Burger King also put money in the bank for the UFC star as he shared photos on his social media accounts and featured in a commercial. 

As one of the most marketable figures in combat sports, McGregor can also count on numerous other sponsorship deals that boosted his income over the years.

“I have another exhibition [in] Dubai in November and me and Conor McGregor in 2023,” he told The Daily Mail last year. “We don’t know if it’s going to be an exhibition or a real fight. But there’s been talks of both. I would prefer an exhibition.

“I am not into fights where I am going to take any real punishment. So, guys like Conor McGregor and guys that don’t really hit hard such as YouTubers or UFC guys, I don’t really mind colliding with those kinds of individuals but nothing where I am going to put myself in a position where I am going to harm myself or hurt myself.”