Conor McGregor's payslips for five of his UFC fights have been revealed through the UFC anti-trust case.
McGregor features in the report, with five of his UFC payslips revealing he earned a whopping $25 million.
The 'Notorious' headlined his first UFC pay-per-view event against Chad Mendes for the interim UFC featherweight title at UFC 189 back in July 2015.
He pocketed $3,285,000 which included a discretionary bonus of $2.11 million following his second round victory.
For his highly-anticipated grudge match against Jose Aldo, which ended in 13 seconds, McGregor made $4,476,662 or $4,536,932, while the Brazilian bagged 2,377,699.
He received $5,576,315 for his first Nate Diaz bout and collected $5,615,490 in the rematch. As for the Stockton slugger, he picked up 2,838,158 for the upset submission win before earning $4,315,490 for the second clash.
After beating Diaz in an all-out war, McGregor topped UFC's debut show in New York, where he fought for the UFC lightweight championship.
He stopped Eddie Alvarez and made $6,812,374.
Conor McGregor's UFC payslips:
UFC 189: $3,285,000 (includes $2.11M discretionary bonus) vs. Chad Mendes
UFC 194: $4,476,662 or $4,536,932 vs. Jose Aldo ($2,377,699)
UFC 196: $5,576,315 vs. Nate Diaz ($2,838,158)
UFC 202: $5,615,490 vs. Nate Diaz 2 ($4,315,490)
UFC 205: $6,812,374 vs. Eddie Alvarez
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