Conor McGregor, the Irish UFC superstar, is known for his extravagant lifestyle and collection of expensive possessions. From luxury cars to yachts and high-end watches, McGregor doesn’t shy away from showcasing his wealth. Despite not being active in the octagon since July 2021, McGregor has amassed a fortune that he claims to be around £536 million. He often treats his 46.8 million Instagram followers to glimpses of his jet-setting lifestyle.
One of McGregor’s most notable possessions is his car collection, which includes a £300,000 Rolls-Royce Ghost, a £220,000 red Lamborghini Aventador, and a £200,000 BMW i8. He also owns four Rolls-Royces, two Lamborghinis, a McLaren 650S sports car, a Bentley Continental GT, a Cadillac Escalade, and two Range Rovers. McGregor’s custom Rolls-Royce Ghost features his trademark moniker ‘Notorious’ on the side, and he received it as a gift from Rolls Royce in 2016.
In addition to his cars, McGregor is also a proud owner of luxurious yachts. In 2019, he bought a Prestige 750 yacht worth around £3 million. Two years later, he acquired a Lamborghini Tecnomar 63 motor yacht worth £2.6 million. The Lamborghini-inspired yacht is one of only 63 in the world and has been dubbed the ‘supercar of the sea.’
When it comes to watches, McGregor’s collection is nothing short of impressive. He owns rare and expensive timepieces from brands like Jacob & Co., Rolex, and Patek Philippe. In 2021, he showed off his incredibly rare Jacob & Co. Rasputin Tourbillon erotic watch worth approximately $2 million. This unique piece features a retractable curtain revealing an explicit scene. McGregor also owns other million-dollar watches like the Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon and Astronomia Casino.
Despite his extravagant lifestyle, McGregor has also ventured into the business world. He sold a majority stake in his Proper Twelve whiskey brand for an estimated £128 million. He also launched his own stout called Forged Irish Stout, which has been a massive success.
While McGregor has achieved great financial success, he hasn’t lost his drive for competition. He is expected to make a comeback to the UFC in 2024. Although some may question his motivation with his wealth, McGregor’s hunger for success seems to remain strong. Whether it’s in the octagon or enjoying his lavish lifestyle, McGregor continues to entertain his fans with his larger-than-life persona.