Conor McGregor fights for the US federation Ultimate Fighting Championship, in which he was the lightweight and featherweight champion. Previously he was champion in both categories also in the British organization Cage Warriors.
In 2015 he defeated featherweight champion José Aldo in just thirteen seconds, setting the record for the fastest finish in a titled match. With his victory over Eddie Alvarez at the UFC 205 event, he also became the first fighter in UFC history to simultaneously hold two world titles and the third, after Randy Couture and B.J.
Penn, to win the belt in two different weight categories. He was also placed second in the federation's pound for pound rankings. He has been featured in some of the most successful events in UFC history, having fought in the main event of five of the six best-selling pay-per-views.
Together with Ronda Rousey he also appeared on the cover of the EA Sports UFC 2 video game and alone in that of EA Sports UFC 3. In 2017 he made his debut in the world of professional boxing, losing to the undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr.
In 2021, Forbes magazine placed him at the top of the ranking of the highest paid athletes in the world, with a combined fortune of 180 million. dollars. In 2016 he said he was ready to challenge the undefeated former multiple champion Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match and on November 30 he was licensed as a professional boxer by the California Athletics Commission.
After an intense period of negotiation, the meeting is officially scheduled for August 26, 2017 at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. After a mammoth promotional tour and an equally impressive turnover, the meeting is held as planned: Mayweather wins by TKO in the tenth round.
McGregor's luxurious yacht
Known as the Supercar of the sea, the Lamborghini 63 yacht is 63 feet long and powered by two MAN V12 engines, each capable of producing 2000hp. The gea green hull is the same color as the Lamborghini Sian and the carbon fiber superstructure boasts corner windows that evoke the famous Lamborghini design hexagons.
With that kind of power, this 24-ton boat can reach speeds of 60 knots, making it one of the fastest boats in its class. The cockpit is also a nautical interpretation of two Lamborghini models, with either leather seats from the Huracán Evo and a rudder modeled on the Aventador steering wheel.
Price? 3.6 million dollars.