Conor McGregor says Netflix is making a docuseries about his career.
The mixed martial artist teased the docuseries to his fans on Twitter, saying “I have just completed executive production of the first episode. It is riveting”.
“You’re bout to see what’s what here. And it ain’t free,” he said.
The 34-year-old said the first episode of the docuseries would be “out before my next fight”.
McGregor was ruled out of fighting until 2023 when he broke his leg in the first round against Dustin Poirier in July 2021.
He said the full four episodes would be out “before my Hollywood debut in the notorious “roadhouse”.
Yep, the MMA fighter is going to Hollywood.
The UFC icon is set to star alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in the film Road House which is set to debute either next year or in early 2024.
While McGregor does already have a documentary on Netflix called ‘Conor McGregor: Notorious’, there is no official word from Netflix about a new docuseries on the athlete.
McGregor is one of the highest-paid athletes in the world, with Forbes estimating his earnings at $200 million.
It isn’t just fighting that earned him that coin, the sale of his whiskey brand, Proper No. Twelve, netted him $150 million alone.
With that much money, you’d expect the Irishman to have some cool toys to play with, and he certainly does.
So, let’s take a dive into some of the weird and wonderful things McGregor spends his money on.
1. $4 million Lamborghini yacht
Built in Italy by Tecnomar, the famous Lamborghini yacht is 63-feet long and billed by McGregor as the “supercar of the sea”.
Priced from $3.5 million, McGregor had it fitted with more than $500,000 in bespoke options.
Boasting 4000HP from a pair of V12 engines, it also features his Proper No. Twelve branding throughout the custom interior and his is build number 12.
2. Custom Jacob & Co. watches
Given McGregor’s notoriously brash character – he once wore a suit with expletives forming its stripes – his custom Jacob & Co. watch may come as no surprise.
Costing him a whopping $2.65 million, the watch is called the “Rasputin”.
Studded with an impressive array of baguette diamonds, it features a secret window.
At the press of the button, it reveals a VERY NSFW animation we won’t show you here.
It’s not the only Jacob & Co. he owns either.
McGregor’s watch collection also includes the stunning $1.3 million Astronomia Tourbillon Baguette.
3. The Black Forge Inn
The Irish fighter owns a pub in his home city of Dublin.
Originally called the Marble Arch, McGregor bought it in 2019, refurbishing it and renaming it the Black Forge Inn.
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It’s clear McGregor takes a lot of pride in the pub, in fact, he said he hopes to open more globally.
“With the enjoyment I have had, and am having throughout this whole process, I definitely feel this is only the beginning for me as a publican,” he told the Sunday Business Post.
4. Chartered superyachts
When he’s not on his Lamborghini 63 yacht, McGregor’s also spent a pretty penny chartering some of the world’s most impressive superyachts.
Most notably, he used the 91-meter (300 feet) Moonlight II to complete his two-day quarantine before entering Abu Dhabi last year.
The yacht costs about $690,000 to charter for one week.
5. $1.8 million Spanish villa
Part of an exclusive $18 million development called ‘The Heights’ next to La Resina Golf Course, McGregor bought this luxurious getaway in 2018.
Known as the ‘superstars cul-de-sac’, several noteworthy soccer players and golfers also own pads in the gated community.
Overlooking the Mediterranean sea, the house is fully equipped with smart-home automation and is valued at $1.6 million – not bad for a summer holiday home.
6. A massive car collection
Supercar Blondie’s very own Sergi Galiano covered McGregor’s car collection for a recent Car Wars episode, and the fighter has some incredible machines tucked away in his garage.
Standing out most obviously is his $337,000 Rolls-Royce Ghost, which is emblazoned with his face and the word ‘notorious’ down the side in all-caps.
It’s not the only one he owns either, with a Dawn (worth more than $368,000) and Phantom Drophead (worth about $275,000) also in his arsenal.
And sticking with double-Rs, McGregor also counts a pair of Range Rovers – a Vogue and a Sport – as his own.
He’s also been seen putting the pedal to the metal in his McLaren 12C, a supercar worth about $265,000 when new.
Additionally, he was previously busted by the police for speeding in his $222,700 Bentley Continental GTC.
McGregor is known to love his suits and he reportedly spends up to $10,000 ensuring all his suits are perfectly tailored to fit his frame.
He’s also spent big bucks on the suits themselves.
The aforementioned expletive-laden one cost $6,500 alone.
Plus, the shoes he pairs them with are equally as expensive – he’s often seen rocking a $1,000 pair of crocodile loafers.