As Conor McGregor finished off Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight title at UFC 205 in Madison Square Garden last November, Irish fighter demands that he buys an equity stake in a martial mixed art promoter. UFC president Dana White did not expect UFC stars to get equity offers from promoter this time, but he said McGregor can acquire a shared ownership if he wishes.

"I think anything is possible," White said in an interview with Fox Business Network Friday. "A lot of people bought into equity. Conor's got enough money to buy a piece. If Conor really wants to come in, come on in. A lot of people put their money up and bought in."

McGregor has turned the UFC 205 event into one of the biggest draws in UFC history, establishing a record with $17.7 million in gate receipts and shuttering a record for pay-per-view buys.

Additionally, he was the first fighter in UFC history to own the title of featherweight and lightweight after dominating Alvarez in a victory of the event.

McGregor wants ownership

The business has been successfully flourished since Hollywood talent agency WME-IMG acquired the UFC for $4.2 billion last July. Investors are among 23 celebrities and sports figures outside of UFC who obtained minority stakes in UFC last September. McGregor, who has been known as the biggest star by a massive margin, inquires for equity stake.

"They've got to come to talk to me now because no one came and talked to me since the sales has happened as a businessman," McGregor said last month, according to multiple reporters.

"Who owns the company now? People have shares. Celebrities. Conan O'Brien owns the UFC now. Where's my share? Where's my equity? If I'm the one that's bringing this, they've got to come talk to me now. I've got both belts, family on the way. If you want me to stick around, if you want me to keep doing it, let's talk.

But I want the ownership now. I want the equal share. I want what I deserve, what I've earned."

Former CEO of UFC predicted McGregor would be the first fighter to earn $100 million

Although financial terms of the deal for the UFC 205 was not revealed, McGregor has already become one of the highest-paid MMA fighters in the world.

The $3 million deal for McGregor's rematch against Nate Diaz for a fight purse last August was the biggest contract he has ever received in UFC history. McGregor has determined that he would score $40 million by the end of 2016.

Lorenzo Fertitta, a business entrepreneur who stepped down as a CEO of the UFC last July, once predicted and estimated that McGregor would be the first fighter to generate $100 million when his career is finished. The money that McGregor could produce predictively would come from fight earnings, bonuses and pay-per-view revenue, according to Fertitta.

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