UFC Featherweight champion Conor McGregor has reached an exclusive autograph agreement with Fanatics Authentic. The company will be the sole distributor of McGregor autographed memorabilia and the deal will include some fight-used items.
McGregor is currently 6-0 in the UFC, 18-2 overall, and is scheduled to fight Jose Aldo in a Featherweight Championship Unification bout at UFC 194 on December 12 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
He made his UFC debut on April 6, 2013, defeating Marcus Brimage by TKO, and has since earned a reputation as one of the most polarizing and successful athletes in the UFC. Winning five of six UFC bouts by knockout thus far in his career and coming off a win at UFC 189 on July 11 for the UFC Interim Featherweight Championship
Merchandise featuring the brash 27-year-old from Ireland is already in high demand, according to Fanatics, one of the largest online retailers of sports collectibles and apparel.
Steph Curry, Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning, David Ortiz and Kris Bryant are among the other Fanatics exclusives.
McGregor’s autographed memorabilia is already being offered on the Fanatics website.