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In the past decade, Conor McGregor has gone from being a disgruntled plumber to being a household name. He is without a doubt one of the biggest stars that the UFC has ever seen. Forbes also placed him at number four on their 2018 list of the highest-paid athletes in the world. Making $99 million between June 2017 and June 2018, it's clear that this MMA fighter is set for life. He may have relied on welfare checks to help him get by in the past, but he can now afford a yacht, private plane rides, Rolex watches, and more. If you've ever wondered how the 1% spend their money, make sure to check out This Is How McGregor Spends His Millions. We'll delve into Conor's early life to show you how he made his dream a reality. We'll also reveal why Conor claims to be both flashy and financially responsible at the same time.
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Well i think he should pay his parents hpuse off and anything else they need, with there family buying them new cars isn't that much important if all your bills aren't paid !!!, that would be important to me, not a brand new car, and not wearing a suit more then once is a little overboard and i didn't hear anything about charity work since he's spending money on all those cars that you can only drive one at a time "badically an ego thing for all men who have money". Well thats it for me 😋
Spiritual speaking the ONLY thing that that matters is whether
u are TAKEN UP or LEFT BEHIND aka Saved or Un saved.
if u reject this u are either a FOOL or Spiritually ignorant
aka Blind to what's HAPPENING in the Un- seen realm & the forces @ play/work ~Maranatha~
Conor is a good man he loves his wife soo much he is a real gentleman
Many people love him because he has a solid mental and he can face and overcom victories but defeats as well with always keeping the smile and the enthousiasm 👍👍💜
Sigurðsson Conor is fading dude, defeat after defeat. Look at his social media everyone’s hating on him. With this image he won’t be even able to sell his whiskey after some point of time. Whereas Khabib has whole Russia and Muslims with him. If he continues to win he’ll be worth more than Conor. Tho anything can happen so what you said is right
+HamPs You realise Conor maked the PPV money for Floyd? Khabib is not able to sale any fight.. who is interested in that fight anyway? And who is going to give him a boxing license? You are all crazy to belive Khabib will ain IN A BOXING MATCH WITH THE GREATEST DEFENSIVE BOXER OF ALL THE TIME!! Also he is broke, how can you make 2 millions ONLY for winning? While Conor made 50 millions ahahha xD
+Mills J and btw that's who Connor is he is always humble but you don't see it bc he used trash talk as his main strategy. If you don't agree go watch videos of Connor after the fight, win or loss. After Jose fight for example.
+Miss Techno yes insulting others is a strategy used by every greate fighter ever. Name a fighter and I will tell you when and how they have trash talked. Even Khabib talks shit to his opponent's when he holds them on the ground.
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