UFC stars amazing cars from McGregor's £3million fleet to Adesanya's £500,000 McLaren, and Rousey's £21,000 Honda Accord
IT'S no secret now.
There's some serious money to be had in the UFC, with the top fighters earning a mint from their battles in the octagon.
With those riches comes the opportunity to secure your dream ride, and that's exactly what these MMA stars have done.
From Conor McGregor's fleet of motors worth £3million to former women's champ Ronda Rousey's modest Honda Accord, here's just some of the motors they've been behind the wheels of.
Notorious, who was beaten on his return to the cage against Dustin Poirier in January, is the UFC's biggest earner.
With £128m earned in the last 12 months alone, his cars include four Rolls-Royces and two Lamborghinis.
McGregor has been seen driving a Phantom Drophead Coupe worth £305,000.
He also has a customised Rolls-Royce Ghost (£237,600) he got before fighting Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205.
And the Irish star has also been spotted with a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster worth £276,515.
For cruising around with his family, McGregor opts for a £75,000 Cadillac Escalade, and there's a BMW i8 in there too.
Not a bad life, eh?
The richest female MMA fight of all-time, with an estimated net worth of £12million, Rousey crossed over from UFC to Hollywood stardom via the WWE.
Despite her wealth, she lives a more modest life when it comes to her cars.
For years she drove a Honda Accord, which she admittedly slept in while trying to save money to rent in Los Angeles after returning home from the 2008 Olympics.
Incredibly, she kept it up until five years ago – when she sold the motor on eBay for a remarkable £21,000 – with 156,000 miles on the clock.
Today though she drives a BMW X6 starting at £59,070 with the personalised licence plate 'Rowdy'.
The Russian fighter, who retired and vacated his lightweight crown in October, has accumulated a wealth in the region of £20m.
He's come a long way from having to sell his first car – a Lada Priora – to fund his MMA career.
But it certainly seems worth it – given the cars he's been seen with since and the success he has had.
When his career took off, he bought a couple of BMW 6 series, has a Toyota Tundra full-sized truck, and is a motorbike enthusiast.
Khabib was also gifted a Mercedes-AMG GT worth around £189,000 by a Russian billionaire.
The UFC middleweight champion is the most feared fighter in his division.
And the Nigerian-born New Zealand star, nicknamed 'The Last Stylebender', showed off an extravagant purchase last year on Instagram.
Adesanya revealed he had bought an orange McLaren 720s Spider worth around £600,000.
"The chakra this beast possesses is waaay too much for most to handle," he wrote in a caption of a picture perched on the car's bonnet.
He also joked that he crashed the car, sharing a photo of the wrecked supercar with the caption "F…., oh well".
It later revealed that was someone else's McLaren supercar.
Adesanya also owns a fully-loaded £60,000 Range Rover
'Bones' is worth £10million, and he's planning on earning even more now he's stepped up to the heavyweight division.
And like McGregor he favours Rolls Royce.
Jones has been seen hopping into a £363,000 Phantom – one of the finest cars ever assembled.
His most unique motor is his customised Roush Ford SVT Raptor 4×4 – that would've set him back around £60,000.
While he crowned becoming the youngest reigning champion in UFC history in 2012 by splashing the cash on a £151,800 Bentley Continental GT.
The UFC president is a self-confessed petrol head.
Alongside a private Bombardier jet and a customised Harley Davidson, White owns a £210,000 Ferrari Spider F430, as well as a vintage Testarossa inspired by Magnum P.I.
Both are a long way from his first car -a Datsun B210.
White's favoured choice of wheels is a BMW M6 Gran Coupe, which has a starting price of around £115,000.
With a wealth of around £500million, expect White to continue to add to his glorious car collection.
The voice of UFC is the biggest car collector of them all – and he adores vintage motors.
Rogan's pride and joy is his silver 1965 Corvette Stingray featuring an LS1 engine with a Magnusson supercharger.
The classic car is said to be worth around £100,000, but for Joe it's surely priceless.
Then there's his muscle car, a customised Plymouth Barracuda he nicknames 'Sick fish' that's been immortalised in the Fast & Furious franchise.
Most recently though, Rogan invested in a Tesla Model S costing £80,000.
When he first drove it, he revealed it was, “one of the strangest experiences I've ever had behind the wheel of a car.”
But he was impressed by its speed.
“Without a doubt the most preposterously quick vehicle I’ve ever driven,” Rogan added.
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