In making $30 million compared to Mayweather’s $100 million in disclosed pay, McGregor’s paycheck is still 10 times greater than his highest disclosed payday under the UFC banner.
The disclosed amount is not a final tally, though. McGregor and Mayweather will still be adding many more millions to their respective coffers when the accountants are done totaling all the respective revenue sources. They both stand to make a considerable amount more from sponsorships, a percentage of pay-per-view buys, and other non-disclosed sources.
The $130 million disclosed pay Mayweather and McGregor totaled accounted for nearly 99-percent of the total fighter payroll for the event.
Other Mayweather Promotions fighters scored respectively sizable paydays, as well. Gervonta Davis took home $600,000 and Badou Jack walked away with $750,000. A few others nabbed $100,000 paydays, but on the opening end of the event, fighters like Savannah Marshall and Sydney LeBlanc were paid $5,000 and $3,500, respectively.
Mayweather vs. McGregor took place on Saturday, Aug. 26, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Mayweather vs. McGregor Fighter Salaries
- Floyd Mayweather: $100,000,000 vs. Conor McGregor: $30,000,000
- Gervonta Davis: $600,000 def. Francisco Fonseca: $35,000
- Badou Jack: $750,000 def. Nathan Cleverly: $100,000
- Andrew Tabiti: $100,000 def. Steve Cunningham: $100,000
- Yordenis Ugas: $50,000 def. Thomas Dulorme: $75,000
- Juan Heraldez: $12,500 def. Jose Borrego: $5,000
- Antonio Hernandez: $7,000 def. Kevin Newman: $7,500
- Savannah Marshall: $5,000 def. Sydney LeBlanc: $3,500
UFC 213 Disclosed Fighter Payroll: $131,850,500