Conor McGregor and his weakness for cars

Going home with a 3$ million pay-check from UFC 202, Conor McGregor set the record for the highest disclosed purse the UFC ever paid out – this plus $100,000 win bonus and around $5 million from PPV wandered into the Irishman’s pocket. A tremendous amount of money, ‘The Notorious’ will spend on various things for apparently also pragmatic reason:

“You ever hear the saying, ‘It’s hard to get up and run when you’re wearing silk underwear? As if to say, like, I made some money, it’s hard to actually get up and motivate. But I’ve got a fool-proof plan: When you get your money, spend every penny of it. Blow it all, until you’re actually broke come the next fight. So you’re just as hungry as you were before the first one. So I’m in the process of blowing every penny of that. Every f*ckin’ penny of it, yeah?”

Because it would be hard to spend all this money on suits only, the fighter found himself another costly passion – Conor McGregor’s top five car purchases of his collection, which is worth $3 million in total:

5. A Cadillac Escalade, starting at $72,970 – A true black beauty Conor McGregor got here with ‘The Franklin’.

My new addition to the fleet. The Franklin.

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4. 3 BMW 5 Series, around $50,000 each – The Irishman decided to bring his family a little travel gift from the United States and got each one of them a brand new BMW!

3. A Rolls Royce Dawn, around $338,000 – A Rolls Royce is a must have for every true car enthusiasts.

It's a new dawn. It's a new day. #RollsRoyceDawn

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2. A Lamborghini Aventador, around $400,000 – Conor McGregor says he does not post pictures to show off his privilege but rather the fruits of his labour.

1. A BMW i8 and a Mercedes S-Class, about $469,000 for both of the cars – A little pre-fight treat Conor McGregor allowed himself, ahead of UFC 194, where ‘The Notorious’ defeated Chad Mendes, who stepped in for Jose Aldo.

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