Conor McGregor relaxed with his adorable baby son and his devoted girlfriend, Dee Devlin, in Ibiza after his showdown with boxer Floyd Mayweather.
The mixed-martial-arts superstar is clearly enjoying his reported $130 million payday from the fight and was snapped playing with his boy, Conor Jack McGregor, who was born in Dublin in May, on sun-loungers poolside on the Spanish party island.
And the Irishman now appears to be emptying the tank partying in Ibiza after his first professional boxing match, which ended in valiant defeat in Las Vegas.
McGregor posted a series of snaps on social media of him puffing on monster cigars while hitting the club circuit — including one with the caption: “this is how it’s done.”
But he was able to enjoy some down time at a plush resort as he chilled with Devlin and Conor Jr. Over the weekend, McGregor headed out to the party island for pal Lee Dunphy’s wedding.
After his Vegas loss to Mayweather, McGregor revealed: “I’m going to hit Ibiza for a childhood friend’s wedding and going to hire a 100-foot yacht. Those are my plans and then we’ll see what’s next.”
McGregor was at the lavish affair Sunday afternoon, surrounded by those close to him in the stunning setting.
And McGregor’s partying could go on for weeks after coach John Kavanagh admitted his man is unlikely to fight again this year even as the hype grows for a third MMA fight with Nate Diaz.
In his column for the website The 42, Kavanagh said: “As for what’s next, we’re currently taking a bit of down time after a fairly exhausting few months. I’ve said for a long time that the Nate Diaz trilogy fight at lightweight is what I’d personally like to see next. That still needs to be put to bed. It’s probably a little late in the day to realistically expect another fight before the end of the year, because even after this hiatus is over, a lot goes into the planning and execution of a training camp at our level. I find it hard to envisage another fight in 2017.
“Then again, knowing Conor, I could get a text message tonight telling me otherwise. He’s difficult to predict, which is one of the many reasons why he’s so fascinating.”
Source: The Sun (Stuart Atkins)
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