UFC superstar Conor McGregor first shocked the world when he finished formerly dominant UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo with a knockout in only 13 second. “Notorious” would go on to make UFC history by finishing UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez, making McGregor the first and only UFC fight to ever simultaneously wield two titles.
Eddie Alvarez and Conor McGregor faced off for division dominance back at UFC 205 in 2016. The fight did not last long, as McGregor earned a second round TKO victory over his opponent for the title.
While Alvarez may have suffered a loss in the match up, the fighter still earned a hefty sum from his title ending loss. The recently disclosed total earned by “Notorious” as been revealed at the massive sum of $3 million.
However, Alvarez still walked away with a large total of $1 million for his octagon performance.