McGregor (19-2), who fights Nate Diaz at UFC 196 on Saturday night, will draw a $1 million disclosed purse, according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission. It is the first $1 million disclosed purse in UFC history.
McGregor, 27, stands to make much more than that overall. The NSAC figure does not include pay-per-view bonuses, sponsorships or potential Fight Night bonuses from the UFC.
McGregor told CNBC this week he will "breeze past" $10 million.
His pay, as disclosed to the NSAC, is $1 million with no win bonus. Diaz (18-10) is listed to make $500,000 to show with no win bonus.
Female bantamweight champion Holly Holm (10-0), who signed a contract extension with the UFC in January, is also listed to make $500,000 to show with no win bonus. The purse for her opponent, No. 1 contender Miesha Tate, is $46,000 to show and $46,000 to win.
McGregor ready to put on a show for the fans at UFC 196
Conor McGregor says champions should be able to fight at any weight and takes the opportunity to mock Nate Diaz before their bout at UFC 196.
It's kill or be killed for Diaz against McGregor
Jonathan Coachman, Gilbert Melendez and Chael Sonnen react to the UFC 196 weigh-ins from an electric MGM Grand in Las Vegas, as Nate Diaz checks in at 169 pounds while featherweight champion Conor McGregor tips the scales at 168.