PHOTO | Conor McGregor living the dream many are wishing for

Conor McGregor

Newly crowned UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor seems to be enjoying his time off from fighting.

In November, “The Notorious” became the first fighter in history to be a concurrent two-weight UFC champion by defeating Eddie Alvarez. For a short period, McGregor held both the UFC featherweight title and lightweight title before “relinquishing” the featherweight belt.

Now, with a baby on the way due in the summer of 2017, McGregor has stated that he wants to take time off from fighting. UFC President Dana White has said that McGregor is taking 10 months off from fighting to alleviate his girlfriend Dee Devlin from any stress that comes along with the fight game.

McGregor took to social media to show what he has been up to with no fight scheduled and his first baby on the way.

From expensive cars to private jets, “The Notorious” is surely enjoying the fruits of his labor.

Interestingly, in one of his posts on a private jet, McGregor posted a photo of him looking to be reading a newspaper. However, the UFC champion is seen holding the newspaper upside-down.

Was this a true mistake with a quick pose for social media, or could this be a jab aimed at Floyd Mayweather and his reading comprehension?

floyd mayweather read

Either way, Conor McGregor is surely showing that he has money and knows how to spend it.

Check out the cars he has been rolling around in.

conor mcgregor's cars

McGregor captioned one photo with his friends in a Rolls Royce, “Stuffed into a half a milli @rollsroycecarsna.”

Stuffed into a half a milli @rollsroycecarsna

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With Conor McGregor being out of competition till likely September of next year, UFC lightweights Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson have been getting at one another on social media and are looking to settle their feud on who will get the next shot at McGregor’s lightweight belt.

Who do you think Conor McGregor will fight next in 2017? Sound off in the comments!

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