Conor McGregor stands out as highest selling pay-per-view of 2020

Conor McGregor knows he’s the biggest draw in the UFC and he has no problem providing the numbers to back it up.

As he prepares for his return against Dustin Poirier in January, the former two-division champion posted a copy of a bonus contract from the UFC on Monday touting the sales figures for his lone fight in 2020.

At UFC 246 in January, McGregor defeated Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in the main event with the card reportedly breaking the 1,000,000 pay-per-view mark after initial sales figures were compiled. Now McGregor has released a statement on social media boasting that the card not only ended up at No. 1 for UFC pay-per-view sales for the year but the show actually did higher than expected numbers in the end.

“Congrats to the UFC on a well fought 2020!” McGregor wrote. “The only sporting company on the planet to come through the entire year. Incredible!

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