Conor McGregor is back on the sea, enjoying another summer with his family. Last year, he made headlines with his £2.9 million Lamborghini yacht, known as ‘The Supercar of the Sea.’ Now, McGregor is continuing his love for the ocean, creating cherished moments and memories with his loved ones.
After initially travelling to Monaco with friends to watch the F1 Grand Prix and have a little dance with pop star Kylie Minogue, McGregor has now been joined by his family.
The former dual-weight UFC champion is holidaying off the coast of France on a luxury yacht with his long-time partner Dee Devlin, mum Margaret and his three young children, Conor Jr, Croia, and Rian.
On Monday, McGregor shared a clip to social media that showed his mum soaking up the sun while he plays DJ and makes sure she likes his song choice.
As Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Nightshift’ get Margaret’s seal of approval, ‘Mystic Mac’ pans to the sea and shows his Lamborghini yacht sailing alongside the boat he is travelling on.
McGregor’s family holiday comes just days after UFC president Dana White provided a worrying update about the Dubliner’s eagerly anticipated return fight.
Earlier this year, he filmed The Ultimate Fighter against Michael Chandler who has been announced as his next opponent but it’s still unclear exactly when, where and at what weight they’ll fight.
The UFC boss previously hinted they’ll clash in December, but more recently suggested McGregor is proving difficult to tie down due to the life of luxury he often flaunts on social media.
“The one thing you guys have to understand is this kid has so much money,” White said post-fight at UFC Vegas 74.
“It’s like Khabib [Nurmagomedov] now. These guys [have] got s***loads of money and it’s hard to reel these guys in and get them to get in and fight.”
White insisted that he is not concerned about the possibility of McGregor walking away from the sport after earning £524million during his 10-year UFC run.
“I never get concerned. We have a massive roster of people that want to come in and people that are ready to fight and people that want to be Conor McGregor. And be at that level,” he added.
“It’s like for the last 20 years everybody said, ‘Oh my God, what are you guys going to do when Chuck Liddell retires? You guys are f***ed. Oh my God. GSP. Anderson Silva. This and that.’
“This is a professional sport. People come in here, they achieve great things, and they retire. You can never worry about that type of stuff.
“It is what it is. It’s part of the game. And it’s my job and my team’s job to find new talent and build them.”