Conor McGregor’s Real Height

Mixed Martial Arts superstar and UFC’s former two-division champion, the one and only, The Notorious, Conor McGregor is known all over the world for his short, and often brutal finishes of his opponents in the octagon. Though he no longer a champion for some time now, he still carries weight in the game, and his name is often tossed about. Everyone still wants a piece of him, because the name, Mcgregor reeks of money - a reek which no doubt, in small part has come from rubbing off the Mayweather name.

Conor has now become the richest mixed martial artist in the world, though most of his wealth is made from his boxing rather than MMA. Though if things continue to go his way, Proper 12 will become the biggest contributor to his wealth.

Whatever people say of him, Conor is a legend in his own way and his super-stardom (Along with Brock Lesnar’s) had helped to raise UFC, to some degree at least, to what it is today.

About Conor McGregor’s Height

It is no secret that Conor is one of the shortest fighters of his division, though height has never been a problem for him because he has really a good reach. His upper body is relatively bigger, so he is not undersized in any way.

Conor Mcgregor with GSP (5'10"), Nate Diaz (6"), Dana White (5'10"), Dustin Poirer (5'9"), and Khabib (5'9").
Conor Mcgregor with GSP (5'10"), Nate Diaz (6"), Dana White (5'10"), Dustin Poirer (5'9"), and Khabib (5'9").

In his bout with Khabib, Conor looked about half an inch to an inch shorter than the Russian fighter. After looking and comparing him with other mixed martial artists we have come to the conclusion that he is between five feet eight to five feet nine inches.

The real height of Conor McGregor is 5’8.5” (174 cm) 

Here is his photographic height comparison of Conor McGregor with some other mixed martial artists.
Conor McGregor (5'8.5") with Valentina Shevchenko (5'4"), Colby Covington (5'10"), Nate Diaz (6"), Francis Ngannou (6'4"), Alexander Volkov (6'7") and Stefan Struve (6'11")
Conor McGregor (5'8.5") with Valentina Shevchenko (5'4"), Colby Covington (5'10"), Nate Diaz (6"), Francis Ngannou (6'4"), Alexander Volkov (6'7") and Stefan Struve (6'11")