UFC megastar Conor McGregor has been making massive business moves as of late. With that in mind, it would appear that the Ireland native’s clothing line is now flying off of the proverbial shelves.
Conor McGregor made the payday of his career back in 2017, having earned an estimated $100 million for fighting Floyd Mayweather Jr. inside the squared circle. Having made his octagon return at UFC 229 on Oct. 6, “Notorious” made another estimated $57 million for fighting undefeated UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Meanwhile, Conor McGregor has released his own brand of Irish whiskey called “Proper 12.” The Ireland native has gone on to claim that the spirit is now breaking sales records.
On top of all of these things, Conor McGregor previously locked in a partnership with renowned tailor David August Heil for the August-McGregor Collection. Speaking to the Irish Sun, August Heil has gone on to claim that the latest ‘Drop 1 Look Book’ collection from the August-McGregor brand sold out within 24 hours of release.
“Our audience is seriously committed and loyal. We sold out of a couple of styles within the first 24 hours of launching the site and we didn’t really promote it other than our immediate followers and Conor’s fanbase.”
Currently 30-years-old, Conor McGregor recently projected that he plans to be a billionaire by the time he reaches 35-years-old.