Conor McGregor showed off his wealth by arriving at his pub in a €200,000 Bentley.
The UFC star has pumped around €1million into The Black Forge Inn in Dublin since purchasing it and enjoyed a few drinks in the pub over the weekend, reports The Mirror.
Back in April 2020, ‘The Notorious’ posted a snap of himself leaning on the 2019 Bentley Continental GT convertible, in an apparent bid to promote his clothing line.
And now McGregor has shown off the vehicle again, tweeting an image of the vehicle parked outside the famous pub, under the line “The Bentley at the Bentley.”
McGregor enjoys a Twitter following of more than 8.9 million people, and sure enough, the post proved popular, drawing in more than 4000 likes within 12 hours of appearing on his timeline
@FegSupporter wrote “love the car,” @PolishBisping added “Sweet ride mate,” while @Rk55270824 joked “Man that’s a 007 s**t, are you the next James Bond?”
McGregor hasn’t fought in the UFC since losing his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier in July, during which he suffered a broken leg.
However, he has been as vocal as ever on social media, recently involved in an ugly exchange with Ali Abdelaziz, the manager of his bitter rival Khabib Nurmagomedov.
And this week he was in the news again for sending a now deleted tweet, which threatened another UFC rival Tony Ferguson.
“Me and you are fighting one day mate and I gonna end your life in there full of it. Sauce. Money. Power,” he wrote.
“I already won all the belts and the money in this game I just wanna kill one of yous rats in there now it’s the only thing left for me to do. And Watch me do it. Only on PPV.”
Who McGregor fights upon his return to fitness is currently unclear, with a fourth bout with Poirier or a trilogy clash with Nate Diaz thought to be the most likely options.
However, he has also been challenged to a mixed-rules bout by Muay Thai kickboxer Superbon Banchamek, while Jake Paul has constantly goaded the Irish star about a potential boxing bout.
McGregor’s next fight is unlikely to be outside of an octagon though, given he has two fights left on his current UFC contract.
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