Conor McGregor remains the highest-paid fighter on the UFC roster even before he takes home his pay-per-view bonuses.
The Irish superstar, who makes his return to action for the first time in 15 months when he competes in the UFC 246 main event on Saturday, will take home a disclosed $3 million payday for his fight against Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.
The salaries are courtesy of the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Once he reaps the benefits of the pay-per-view sales, McGregor’s final salary will likely skyrocket to a much higher total number. McGregor speculated earlier this week that he would take home around $80 million for the fight but the UFC does not disclose total pay after the pay-per-view sales are figured.
As for Cerrone, he will earn $200,000 guaranteed with another $200,000 if he’s victorious in the fight with McGregor.
Meanwhile, Pennington will earn $63,000 to show and another $63,000 if she wins.
Here are the full salaries for UFC 246 per the Nevada State Athletic Commission
Conor McGregor: $3 million flat (no win bonus)
Donald Cerrone: $200,000 to show, $200,000 to win
Holly Holm: $150,000 to show, $50,000 to win
Raquel Pennington: $63,000 to show, $63,000 to win
Aleskei Oleinik: $75,000 to show, $75,000 to win
Maurice Greene: $30,000 to show, $30,000 to win
Anthony Pettis: $155,000 to show, $155,000 to win
Carlos Diego Ferreira: $50,000 to show, $50,000 to win.
Roxanne Modafferi: $31,000 to show, $31,000 to win
Maycee Barber: $29,000 to show, $29,000 to win
Andre Fili: $55,000 to show, $55,000 to win
Sodiq Yusuff: $27,000 to show, $27,000 to win
Tim Elliott: $31,000 to show, $31,000 to win
Askar Askarov: $10,000 to show, $10,000 to win
Drew Dober: $55,000 to show, $55,000 to win
Nasrat Haqparast: $25,000 to show, $25,000 to win
Aleksa Camur: $10,000 to show, $10,000 to win
Justin Ledet: $20,000 to show, $20,000 to win
Brian Kelleher: $23,000 to show, $23,000 to win
Ode Osbourne: $10,000 to show, $10,000 to win
Sabina Mazo: $12,000 to show, $12,000 to win
JJ Aldrich: $30,000 to show, $30,000 to win