Conor McGregor did two things Ronda Rousey never has Saturday night

Conor McGregor's already topping Ronda Rousey's numbers.

Conor McGregor earned himself the UFC featherweight title in what turned out to be a 13-second fight against dominant former champ Jose Aldo.

McGregor's victory was the quickest title fight in UFC history, topping former UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey's 16-second tapout of Cat Zingano.

And according to Forbes, McGregor's win estimates to earn him more per second than Rousey's win over Bethe Correia, which according to the report was $147,000 per second and north of $5 million (thanks to sponsorship and fight pay).

"Going off the lowest figures in that equation, one million PPV buys with a $3 cut, McGregor would already be getting paid more than $230,000 per second. Add in his $580,000 combined fight and sponsor pay, and that number rises to more than $275,000 per second ($3.5 million total). In case you're curious, a more optimistic estimate for McGregor — say, a $5 PPV cut and 1.5 million PPV buys — would equate to nearly $622,000 per second ($8 million total)."

The news just keeps getting better for the trash-talking Irishman, McGregor. We'll soon find out whether Rousey can top the mark again, and get her title back in the highly-anticipated rematch against Holly Holm.

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