Albeit for very different causes, Conor McGregor and Andrew Tate are two of the most well-known combat sports athletes that have made it into popular culture.
While McGregor is renowned for elevating mixed martial arts, Tate, a former kickboxer, gained notoriety for his divisive remarks on a number of topics, including women.
According to “Cobra’s” boasts, he is significantly wealthier than the former UFC double champion who recently entered the list of the top 50 earners in sports history. On a live stream with Adin Ross, Andrew Tate stated:
“I don’t want to boast, but I am the first trillionaire in the world. For a very long period, I had no money. I think I made my first million when I was about 27. By the time I was 31, I had made 100 million. Most recently, I became a trillionaire.
If Tate’s assertions are accurate, he isn’t even close to Conor McGregor, who is thought to be worth $200 million. However, Tate’s assertions and other accounts of his wealth contain contradictions.
Comparison of the net worths of Andrew Tate and Conor McGregor
According to sssamiti.org, Hustler’s University accounts for the majority of Andrew Tate’s $700 million net fortune. Other media sources claim that Cobra is worth $360 million. While none of these sums are negligible, they all fall far short of a trillion dollars.
Tate’s assertions that he is a trillionaire also conflict with Forbes’ up-to-date list of the world’s wealthiest individuals. The Bernard Arnault family, who control the luxury fashion industry, takes the top rank with a net worth of $205.9 billion, followed by tech tycoons Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos in that order.
Conor McGregor has a number of businesses, but the majority of the value of his net worth came from selling the majority of his Proper No. 12 whisky to
In 2021, Proximo Spirits. Tate’s wealth would have decreased as a result of the authorities taking his collection of high-end vehicles as well as other assets after his arrest in Romania.